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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Mtjsic^jl. Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13, PART 2 

LAST HALF OF 1918 

Nos. 8-13 
WITH ANNUAL INDEX 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30. 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1918 



11791-14154 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 190G, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING : 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1918 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
HTo. 8 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1918 



Ail 

*<fST 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van); Brahms (Johannes); Chopin (Frederic Francois) ; Delibes (Cle- 
ment Philibert Leo) ; Flotow (Friedrich von) ; Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) ; 
Grieg (Edvard Hagerup); Haydn (Franz Josef); Liszt (Franz); MacDowell 
(Edward Alexander) ; Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) ; Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) ; Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) ; Paganini 
(Niccolo); Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) ; Schubert (Franz Peter); 
Schumann (Robert Alexander) ; Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; Wagner 
(Richard). In case of all such works, however, there are cross references in 
the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 
etudes elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identify- 
ing titles, but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," 
" march," " cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," 
" etude," " study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only 
identifiable by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's 
name without cross references from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

(ii) 



EXPLANATIONS ITOli USEES OF THIS CATALOGUE 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows : " E," Class- 
E, Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; 
" ©," implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by 
date of publication; " © 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work 
followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manu- 
script copy, and " 2 c," for two copies, followed by the date of their receipt. 
In case of contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues- 
containing such contributions is required. 

A list of the copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compo- 
sitions under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
of this issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions 
used or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serv- 
ing to reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) 
of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found just prior to the index. 

Each issue has an index to composers. The final number, completing the 
volume, will be followed by a full annual index to both composers and pro- 
prietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must be for the complete 
calendar year, is $1, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, 
Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York drafts 



NOTICE. 



The Copyright Act of 1900 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress, and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from July 1, 1909, to June 30, 1914, inclusive, are 
still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1918. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Eegister of Copyrights, Library of Con- 
gress, Washington, D. C. 



RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSI- 
CAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Australia, and the territories of Papua and 
Norfolk Island, Belgium, Cuba, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, 
Luxemburg, New Zealand, and Norway. The President signed proc- 
lamations to this effect on the following dates: Australia, and the 
territories of Papua and Norfolk Island (Apr. 3, 1918, effective Mar. 
15, 1918), Belgium (June 14, 1911), Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), France 
(May 24, 1918), Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 1, 
1915), Italy (May 1, 1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911), New Zea- 
land (Feb. 9, 1917, effective Dec. 1, 1916), Norway (June 14, 1911). 
These proclamations were printed in the Catalogue of Copyright 
Entries, Part 3, vol. 6, pages v-x of no. 7, and pages iv-v of no. 12; 
vol. 10, pages viii-xi of no. 3, and pages viii-ix of no. 4; vol. 12, pages 
v-ix of no. 3 ; and vol. 13, pages vi-xii of no. 5. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hun- 
gaiw so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the- 
proclamation dated October 15, 1912, putting into effect the conven- 
tion between the United States and Hungary, specifically provides 
that the general copyright protection secured by article 1 includes the 
copj^right control of mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated ful- 
fill the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) 
of the act of Congress of March 4. 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), 
Denmark (May 19, 1911), Mexico '(May 8, 1911), the Netherlands 
(Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copj^right convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914, and 
is in effect as between the United States and the Dominican Re- 
public, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, and Ecuador. 
The Governments of Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Paraguay, and Sal- 
vador have announced through diplomatic channels their adhesion 
to this contention. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A. B. C. Concert edition. See Vene- 
tian barcarolle. 

A. B. C. Feature photoplay edition ; 
A. B. C. sacred set no. 1, compiled by 
Ernst Luz [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
Contents: — Onward Christian sol- 
diers. — Rock of ages. — Old hundred 
(Doxology)— Choral. [11791 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426895 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

A. B. C. Photo play concert edition 
no. 6 ; fifteen dramatic and pathetic 
minutes, by Ernst Luz [of U. S.] ; 
orch. Contents : — Reverie. — Elegie. 
[11792 
© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426896 ; Photo play music co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

'A CAPA 'e Diaz; canzonetta patri- 
ottica, versi di Gennaro Camerlingo, 
musica di Giuseppe Chiarolanza [of 
Italy] ; mand. 4t. [11793 

© July 20, 1918; July 23, 1918; 
E 421405; Natale Di Palma, New 
York. 

A la Soisson ; waltz, by L. I. Liggy 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [11794 

© Aug. 14, 1918 ; E 429397 ; Licco 
I. Liggy, New York. 

A nos morts ignores ; poesie de Louis 

Henneve, musique de Reynaldo 

Hahn [of France] ; chant et piano. 

[11795 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 421484 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 

'A partenza p'o fronte; versi di G. 
E. Pasqualotto, musica di Alfredo 
Bascetta [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; canto e mandolino. [11796 
© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 12, 
1918; E 427180; Gaetano Esposito 
Pasqualotto, New York. 

'A vendetta d' 'o surdato; duetto 
drammatico sociale, versi di Tony 
Ferrazzano, musica di R. Segrg [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 



'A vendetta d' 'o surdato — Continued, 
canto e mandolino. New York, So- 
cieta, libraria italiana. [11797 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 430068; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Abbe (L') Camargo; overture, paroles 
de M. Beliard, musique de R. de 
Montalent [of France] [11798 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; D 19863 ; R. 
de Montalent and Marcel Beliard, 
Paris. 

Absence -brings you nearer to my 
heart; waltz, by Alfred Solman, 
arr. by T. M. Taylor [of U. S.] ; full 
orch. 4to. [11799 

© Apr. 13, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427367 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

military band. 4to. 

[11800 

© Apr. 23, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 

1918; E 427383; M. Witmark & 

sons, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Ace (The) ; words by Mrs. N. E. 

Coan, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [11801 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429451; 

Mrs. N. E. Coan, Wyandotte, Mich. 

Adalee; words by A. L. McKeeth, 

melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[11802 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427496; 

A. L. McKeeth, Grand View, Id. 

Afar in a dell; serenade, words and 

music by L. H. Rathbone [of U. S.] 

[11803 

© Mar. 1, 1918; 2 c. June 29, 

1918; E 426S73; Laura Harney 

Rathbone, Kenilworth, 111. 

After a thousand years ; fox-trot, by 
Monaco, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] ; in C. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, X101073) [11S04 

© Feb. 20, 191S; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 42SS50 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



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11805 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



After the war is over; words and 
music by M. M. Price [of U. S.] 

[11805 
© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 428599; 
Maude McFerran Price, Colorado 
Springs, Col. 

After the war is over, where will 
the Kaiser go ; words and music by 
F. C. Stoutenburg [of U. S.] Cleve- 
land. O., Metropolitan music co. 

[11806 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1918 ; E 429005 ; Chas. Piper & Fred 
Stoutenburg, Cleveland. 

Afterward ; words by Ruth Guthrie 
Harding, music by A. Wagstaff [of 
U. S.] Portland, Or., E. C. Wag- 
staff. [11807 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427774; Annabelle Wagstaff 
Portland, Or. 

Agitato ; by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; 

oreh. (Music for the photoplay, 

no. 1). [11808 

© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. June 14, 1918 : 

E 426541 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Agricultural (the) walk; words 
and music by Harry Carlton and 
Jay Whidden [of England] [11809 

© July 29, 1918; 1 c. July 2< 
1918; E 421494; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Ain't a goin' to play no more ; words 
and music by K. Leslie [of Canada] 
Los Angeles, Westland music pub. 
co. [11810 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 421345 ; Kenneth Leslie, Los 
Angeles. 

Ain't you proud of your old Uncle 
Sam ; words and music by F. Arl 
and H. S. Inger [of U. S.] New 
Orleans, Arl & Inger. [11811 

© July 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1918 ; E 42896S ; Fritz Arl & Hun 
S. Inger, New Orleans. 

A ik d'Abiane. See Massenet (Jules 
Emile Frgdenc). 

Ax coda ; galop, de Paul Fosse, arr. 
par Hans Ourdine [of France]; 
oreh. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
[11812 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421471; Societe franchise d'- 
editions musicales theatrales et cine- 
matographiques. Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 



Alabama ball; words by Wm. Hallen 
Falls, music by Al. W. Beatty [of 
U. S.] [11813 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 427184 ; R. C. Young music 
co., Columbus, O. 

Albert march ; arr. by W. K. Gri- 
gaitis [of U. S.] ; band 4to. [11814 
© Dec. 27, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429302; Joseph Krygier, Phila- 
delphia. 

Album de pjezas escoquidas; por V. 

Salazar [of Mexico] ; piano. Los 

Angeles, L. M. Salazar, Cincinnati, 

O., Geo. Jaberg music co. [11815 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 

E 421368; Victor Salazar, Guaymas, 

Mexico. 
All hail the glorious morn ; anthem 

for Easter, words by J. Peacock, 

music by R. M. Stults [of U. S.] ; 

mixed voices. 4 o. (Easter anthems. 

no. 10999). [11816 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427753; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

All hail to thee, Columbia ; march 
song, words and music by M. J. E. 
Hartman [of U. S.] [11817 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427189; Marie Joseph Edouard 
Hartman, St. Louis. 

All hail to you marines ; words by 
Richard J. Beamish [of U. S.] 
melody by Victor Herbert. {In The 
Philadelphia Press). [11818 

© July 14, 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 428844; Press co., Phila- 
delphia. 

All I want is you, you, you ; words 
, by J. Y. Carter, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[11819 
© June 13, 1918; 1 c. July 22. 
1918; E 429118; Jessye Yovys 
Carter, Abilene, Tex. 

All is well and the goose hangs 

high ; words by R. Lampton, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [11820 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427853; 

Robert Lampton, Emporia, Kan. 

All our foes shall salute our flag 
of Stars and Stripes, and wonder 
at it's mighty might ; words by M. 
Hill, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [11821 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427283; 
Matthew Hill, Norfolk, Va. 



740 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



210. 8, 1918 



1184.1 



Axlegeetto rococo; by John Gordon 

Seely [of U. S.) ; organ. [11822 

© July 26, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 

1918 ; E 427765 ; White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 

Allied march ; by A. Roselli [of U. 
•S.] ; piano. [11823 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428688; 
Antonio Roselli, New Haven. 

Allies and Uncle Sam ;' words and 
music by L. Dupree [of U. S.] 

[11824 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427210 ; Lewis Dupree, Holly 
Grove, Ark. 

Allies (The) help each othek; 
words by Gaetano Seammaeca, 
music by C. Alliegro [of Italy, 
domiciled at Brooklyn] [11825 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 428913; 
Carmela Alliegro, Brooklyn. 

Alow and aloft ; unison song, words 
by Lady Strachey, music by George 
Rathbone [of Great Britain] 4to. 
(Edward Arnold's series ed. by 
Thomas F. Dunhill, no. 10) 

[11826 

© June 11, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 

E 421257; Edward Arnold, London. 

Always stick to your Uncle Sam; 
words by T. Sims, jr.. music by Fred 
Campione [of U. S.] [11827 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 24, 
1918; E 428996; Thomas Sims, jr., 
Newark, N. J. 

America ; polonaise, by Carl Moter 

[of U. S.] ; pf. [11828 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427705; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

quartet, words by S. F. Smith, 

music by D. A. Brown [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. [11829 

© June 22, 1918; 2 c. June 26, 
1918 ; E 427064 ; Dora Alice Brown, 
Denver. 

words by K. B. House, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[11830 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429051; 

Katie Belle House, Ainsworth, Neb. 

-'Sec also Griff es (Charles T.) 

Six patriotic songs. 
A-m-e-r-i-c-a ; words and melody by M. 
Barth [of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. 
Alford [of U. S.] [11831 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 426976; 
Max Barth, Chicago. 



America ! America ; words and music 
by L. L. Crosthwaite [of U. S.] 

[11832 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 427289; 
Lyman L. Crosthwaite, Chicago. 

America, arise ; patriotic song, words 
by Winnifrede Woodside Just, music 
by R. H. Just [of U. S.] Chicago, 
R. H. Just music co. [11833 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429313; Robert H. Just, Chicago. 

— — words by Winnifrede Woodside 

Just, music by R. H. Just [of U. S.l 

[11834 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427199; 

Robert H. Just, Chicago. 

America awake; words by Lila Jen- 
nings Davis, music by G. E. John- 
son [of U. S.] [11835 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428640; Geo. E. Johnson, 
Washington. 
America awake ere liberty is gone; 
words and music by T. A. Y. Hodg- 
son [of U. S.] [11836 
© May 18, 1918; 2 c. May 22, 
1918; E 427583; T. A. Y. Hodgson, 
Palmerton, Pa. 
America for me ; words by Henry 
Van Dvke, music by Millicent R. 
Wick [of U. S.] [11837 
© July 18, 1918 ; 1 c. July 22, 
1918; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 427890; 
Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on music] 
— mixed voices, 4to. (Oc- 
tavo edition, no. 2060). [11838 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427204 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 
America for peace; words by D. H. 
Lee, music by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] 
[11839 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427660; 
Dallas Hansbul Lee, Pt. Pleasant, 
N. J. 
America forever; words by H. I. J. 
McGough, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [11840 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429030; 
H. I. J. McGough, Hamilton, 
Canada. 
America, God's chosen land; a 
patriotic hymn, words and music 
bv M. B. Hafer [of U. S.] 4to. 

[11S41 
© June 4, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918; E 42S720; Morris B. Hafer, 
Chambersburg, Pa. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



America has awakened; words by 

P. Ponzarella, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11842 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427277; 

Paul Ponzarella, Arrochar, N. Y. 

America, he's for you; words and 
music by Andrew B. Sterling [of 
U. S.] [11843 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 428603; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

America, I'm for you; words by H. 
Koch, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of XL S.] [11844 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426577; 
Hazel Koch, Zanesville, O. 

America, I want you; words by 
R. Sauter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [11845 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427665; 
Ralph Sauter, Camp Meade, Md. 

America is calling; words by C. M. 
Ray, music by A. M. B. [of U. S.] 

[11846 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427572; Cora M. Ray, St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

America, my land; words by May 
Hewes Dodge, music by John Wilson 
Dodge [of U. S.] ; voices in unison. 
( Mixed voices — octavo — secular, 
second series, no. 3381). [11847 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 
E 428622; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

America, my native land; words by 
J. Lyddane, music by S. B. Jackson 
[of U. S.] [11848 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918; E 427815; Joseph Lyddane, 
Owensboro, Ky. 

America never lost a fight; words 

by R. Clurglass, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11849 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429021; 

R. Clurglass, Philadelphia. 

America now and forever ; words and 

music by Arthur Bristow [of U. S.] 

[11850 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429152; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 

dalia, Mo. 

America, oh national land; words 
and melody by J. S. Brothers, jr. 
[of U. S.] [11851 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; E 427780 ; J. 
Stanley Brothers, jr., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 



America, our America; the land of 
love and song; words and music by 
S. J. Mooney [of U. S.] [11852 

© 1 c. July 19, 1918; E 428877; 
Stephen J. Mooney, Brooklyn. 

arr. by Al. J. Doyle. 

[11853 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 427930; Stephen J. Mooney, 
Brooklyn. 

America, our country ; national march 
and song ; words and music by E. C. 
Nichols [of U. S.] [11854 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918; E 429338; 
Elizabeth Cheney Nichols, Haverhill, 
Mass. 

words and music by E. C. Nichols 

[of U. S.] [11855 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 428878; 
Elizabeth Cheney Nichols, Haverhill, 
Mass. 

America, the beautiful; words by 
Katherine Lee Bates, music by J. 
Fletcher [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [11856 

© Aug. 13, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 430067; Joseph Fletcher, 
Ridgefield Park, N. J. 

America, the emblem of liberty; 

words and music by G. H. Hahn [of 

U. S.] [11857 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428918; 

George Howard Hahn, New York. 

America victorious ; words and music 
by H. A. Jackson [of U. S.] 

[11858 
© Oct. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426870; Helen A. Jackson, New 
York. 

America, we've got to hand it to 
you; words by P. Forte, music by 
D. Lo Presti [of U. S.] [11S59 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427261; 
Pasquale Forte & Dan Lo Presti, 
Chicago. 

American boys, it's up to you ; words 

by L. P. McGrath, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11860 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427436; 

Lawrence P. McGrath, Pittsburgh. 

American crusaders ; march and two 

step, by W. Wood [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[11861 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 

1918; E 427228; Will Wood, New 

York. 



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no. 8, 1918 



11879 



American eagle; march, by W. Earl 
Stroup, arr. by Harry L. Alford [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [11862 

'<>© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427101; Fillmore brothers co., 
Cincinnati. 

American (The) eagle; words by W. 
H. Gordon, music by Mildred Craw- 
ford [of U. S.] [11863 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426961 ; William Harrison Gordon, 
Portland, Or. 

American hymn ; inspire O God our 
President, words by Hugh Malcolm 
McCormick, music by G. Quintano 
[of U. S.] ; song with male quartette. 
[11864 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428883; Giacomo Quintano, New 
York. 

American Indian rhapsody; on 
themes recorded and suggested by 
Thurlow Lieurance, by Preston 
Ware Orem [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[11865 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427701; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

American (an) lullaby; words by 
A. Maynaden, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [11866 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 

E. 429254; Ada Maynaden, Frank- 
lin, Neb. 

American (The) Red cross; words 
by B. E. Miller, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [11867 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 428897; 
Blanche E. Miller, St. Louis. 

American soldiers true; words by 

F. G. Rentsma, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [11868 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427269; 
F. G. Rentsma, Pocahontas, la. 

American victory; march, by W. 
Icke, sr. [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[11869 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427831; 
William Icke, sr., Brooklyn. 

American (The) victory; march, by 
H. Thinn [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[11870 
© 1 c. July 19, 1918; E 42921S ; 
Hartlem Thinn, Berwyn, 111. 



Americans (The) come; an episode 
in France, words by Elizabeth A. 
Wilbur, music by Fay Foster [of 
U. S.] ; medium or low voice in F. 
[11871 
© June 14, 1918; 2 c. June 15, 
1918; E 426533; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transposition] 

part-song, words by Elizabeth A. 

Wilbur, music by Fay Foster [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. (Part 
song arrangements, no. 4537) 

[11872 
© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429315; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Americans forever; words by F. Ad- 
kins, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [11873 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427673; 
Florence Adkins, Bridgeport, Conn. 

America's call; words and music by 

C. W. Fincke [of U. S.] [11874 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428672; 

Charles W. Fincke, Conifer, N. Y. 

America's hope; words by N. M. 

Elliot, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [11875 

© 1 e. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429474; 

Nellie M. Elliot, New Britain, Conn. 

America's liberty bells ; words and 
arr. of melody by M. R. Glasgow 
[of U. S.], melody by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [11876 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427978; 
Mary R. Glasgow, Omaha, Neb. 

And yet; words by Fred G. Bowles, 
music by Jane Hathaway [of U. S.] ; 
medium, violin or cello obbl. 

[11877 
© July 6, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 427866; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Anna; valse caprice, by Edward B. 
Llewellyn [of U. S.] ; cornet in B 
flat, piano ace. [11878 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429335; Dixie music house, inc., 
Chicago. 

Annette; waltz, by Harold Bennett 

[of U. S.] ; baud. 4to. [11879 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 

191S; E 427102; Fillmore brothers 

co., Cincinnati. 



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11880 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Annie Laurie, I'm called away; 

words by A. D. Gerds, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [11S80 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427233; 

Adolph D. Gerds, Milwaukee. 

Anti-loafin' blues : words and melody 

by M. Pinknrd [of U. S.] [11881 

© 1 c. July 0, 1918; E 427294- 

Maceo Pinkard, New York. 

Any old time at all; from Ziegfeld 
follies of 1918, by Louis A. Hirsch 
[of U. S.] ; hotel orch. 4to. 

[11882 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 

1918 ; E 427514 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

new arrangement] 

words by Gene Buck, music 

by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] 

[11883 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428634 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Arabian dance ; by Theodora Dutton 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Three tone- 
pictures of medium difficulty) 

[11884 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429276; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Aragonaise. See Massenet (Jules 
Emile Frederic) 

Abe you helping the boys over there ; 
words and music by E. M. Sheetz 
[of U. S.], arr. by Ionvertl W. 
Prosser [of U. S.] [11885 

© 1 c. July 3, 1918; E 427032; 
Emma M. Sheetz, Chicago. 

Are you ready to fight for Uncle 
Sam ; words by H. W. Newport, 
music by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 
[11886 
© June 24, 1918; 2 c. July 17, 
1918; E 429013; Herbert Winfield 
Newport, Lodus Point, N. Y. 

Army (An) united from the U. S. A. ; 
words by F. J. Zaffke, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[11887 
© 1 c. Aug. 14. 1918; E 429456; 
Frank J. Zaffke, Washington. 

Arpa notturna ; harp solo, by Pietro 
A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. Svo. 
(Twelve divertimenti. no. 8) 

[11888 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 437923\ J. Fischer & bro. ; New 
York. 



Arrival (The) of the kkwpies: by 

Dorothy V. Cramraond [of U. S.] op. 

!): piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[11889 

© July 12, L918 : 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 

E 427229: W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Artistic vocal album; coll. of songs 
by various authors and modern 
composers, arr. by Theo. Presser 
[of U. S.J ; low. 111890 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 428942; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

As becomes an American; words and 
melody by A. J. Richie [of I". S. ] 
arr. bv Harry F. Schiller [of U. S.] 
[11891 
© June 21. 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; E 42708S; Arthur J. Richie, 
Toledo, O. 

As (L') de coeur; operette en trois 
actes. tiree de la charrette anglaise 
de G. Berr et L. Verneuil, adapta- 
tion lyrique de A. Mauprey, musique 
de H. Maurice Jacquet [of France] 
[11892 
© Feb. 28, 1918; 1 c. July 18, 
1918; D 190860: Societe gtoftrale 
theatrale et d'editfons, Paris. 

As Joseph was a-walkinu; an old 
carol, two-part song, words tradi- 
tional, music by Geoffrey Shaw [of 
Great Britain] ; 1st and 2nd treble. 
4to. (Edward Arnold's series ed. by 
Thomas F. Dunhill, no. 120) 

[11898 
© June 11, 1918; 1 C. July 1. 
1918; E 421254; Edward Arnold. 
London. 

Assurance; words of first stanza by 
John Greenleaf Whittier, additional 
words and music by M. R. Barbour 
[of U. S.] [11894 

© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428948; 

Marian Bird Barbour, Los Angeles. 

At half past nine; words by Sam M. 

Lewis and Joe Xbung, music bv 

Archie Gottler [of r. s. | [11895 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 8, 1918; 
E 427097; Waterson. Berlin & 
Snyder CO., New York. 

At sunrise; by Roland Diggle [of U. 
S.] 1. Piano solo. 2. Pipe organ. 
[11896-11897 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. each July 
26, 1918; E 427730, 427731; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement for 
piano] 



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do. 3, 1918 



At the Dixie military ball; words 
bv Ballard Macdonald, music by 
Harry Carroll [of U. S.] [11898 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429238; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

At the eoot of the ckoss ; words by 
Everett J. Evans, music by Edward 
J. Newglynn [of U. S.] [11899 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426983 ; Invincible music pub. co., 
New York. 

At the May dance; caprice, by Bert 
R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 77; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[11900 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427084; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

At the races ; by Charles Huerter [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [11901 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 427006; Boston music co., Boston. 

At twilight; a reverie, by Wilson G. 
Smith [of U. S.] op. 113, no. 1; 
piano. ( Two impressions, no. 15171) 
[11902 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427681; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

by Cecil Burleigh [of U. S.] op. 

14, no. 1 ; violin and piano. (Five 
sketches, no. I) [11903 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429187; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Au revoir; fox-trot, by Edwards, 
played by Victor Arden and Paul 
King [of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, H 101283) 

[11904 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 

1918; E 427143; Rythmodik music 

Corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation] 

Au revoir, but not good-bye ; fox-trot, 
by Von Tilzer, played by Ted East- 
wood and Victor Arden [of U. S.] ; 
in C. (Rythmodik record 'music 
rolls, X101183) [11905 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428872 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Aubade printaniere ( Chattering 
birds) ; by Natalie Townsend [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [11906 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918; E 429169; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



Automne. See Saisons.. 

Autumn (An) roundelay; by Theo- 
dora Dutton [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Three tone pictures of medium 
difficulty.) [11907 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429274; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Ave Maria; words from the Liturgy, 
music by Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] 
4to. 1. Male voices. 2. Mixed 
voices. [11908-11909 

© June 14, 1918; 2 c. each June 
15, 1918; E 426531, 426532; J. 
Fischer & bro., New York. 

Awake my heart to gladness ; words 
by Mary Gardenia, music by 
John H. Densmore [of U. S.] ; high, 
in E flat. [11910 

© July 18, 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 427545; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Awakening (The) of the lion; 
march, by Brepsant, American in- 
strumentation by W. S. Ripley [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [11911 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 10. 
1918; E 427104; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Away back home in Illinois ; words 
by G. J. Long, music by N. D. Helm 
[of U. S.] ; Gillespie, 111., Challenge 
music pub. co. [11912 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918 : E 427574 ; Geo. J. Long, Gilles- 
pie. 111. 

Away back home in the U. S. A. ; 
words by H. L. Davis, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [11913 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426565; 
H. L. L>avis, Milwaukee. 

Babe (A) in Bethlehem; Christmas 
song by M. A. Simpson [of U. S.] ; 
sop. or ten., in D. New York, Robin 
Ellis. [11914 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429081; M. A. Simpson. Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 

Baby Bunting ; by Mrs. Allan How- 
ard Frazer [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
[11915 
© Juno 20, 1918; 2 c. June 24. 
1918; B 427039; Frazer pub. co., De- 
troit. 



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11916 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Baby Jim ; words and music by John 

B. Archer, rev. and ed. by J. R. 
Shannon [of U. S.] [11916 

© July 26, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918 ; E 427809 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision and editing.] 

Baby mine; words by Katharine Mc- 
Alister, music by Grace Torrens [of 
England] [11917 

© July 19, 1918 ; 1 c. July 19, 
1918; E 421384; Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd., London. 

Baby talk. See Battling. 

Baby wants her daddy dear ; words 
by E. Baumberger. melody by Mor- 
ris and Baumberger [of U. S.] 

[11918 
© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427324; 
William Morris & Emil Baumberger, 
Detroit. 

Back home ; by E. J. Delano [of U. 
S.], arr. by Fred K. Huffer; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [11919 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427220 ; Dixie music house, 
Chicago. 

Back home in the U. S. A. ; words by 

J. A. Brex, jr., music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11920 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429441; 

J. A. Brex, jr., Newark, N. J. 

Back to the farm once more; words 

by C. A. Bacon, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11921 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427613; 

C. A. Bacon, Alma, Mich. 

Back up the man behind the gun : 
words by M. McDowell, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [11922 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918 ; E 426580 ; 
Mary McDowell, Santa Barbara, 
Cal. 

Baerm ann's (Carl) complete cele- 
brated method for clarinet ; op. 63, 
rev. for the Albert and Boehm sys- 
tem, by Gustave Langenus [of U. S.] 
Authentic ed. [Complete] 2 p. 1., 
xii, 137 p. illus., fold, charts, fol. 

[11923 
© Mar. 22, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aff. July 29, 1918; A 501467; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

■ Same. [1st division] 2 p. 1., xii. 

11 p. illus., fold, charts, fol. [11924 
© Mar. 22, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aff. July 29, 1918; A 501466; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 



Balaclava two-step; by J. E. Lemon 
[of Canada] ; pf. [11925 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c July 10, 1918 ; 
E 421327; James E. Lemon, Wood- 
ford, Ont, Canada. 

Balkan (A) episode; by R. Gruen- 
wald [of U. S.] op. 516; orch. (Con- 
cert ed., no. 529) [11926 
© June 1, 1918; 2 c. June 14, 
1918; E 426540; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Ballet (The) dancer; intro. Pizzicati 
from Sylvia by Delibes, arr. by 
Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. (Im- 
pressions in tone, no. 15284) 

[11927 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427694; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Band (The) master; march, by Wm« 

M. Felton [of U. S.] ; piano. [11928 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427729; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Banner of victory; march, by Nat. 
Johnson [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[11929 
© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427107; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Banner (The) we all love ; words by 

Conrad Strassburger, music by E. 

Lux [of U. S.] [11930 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; E 428457 ; 

Edward Lux, New York. 

Barcheta. See Yenezia. 

Base-ball (The) rag; words and 
music by Melville Gideon [of Eng- 
land] [11931 
© July 18, 1918; 1 c. July 29, 
1918; E 421437; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

Bases de l'enseignement musical et 
pianistique; de M. Martenot [of 
France] v. 2, obi. 4to. [11932 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421491; Madeleine Martenot, 
Neuilly, France. 

Battle (The) cry on to victory; 
words and music by B. R. Fike [of 
U. S.] [11933 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428646; Bertha Reade Fike,. 
San Antonio. 



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no. 8. 1918 



11950 



Battle field; words by L. Millhouse, 
music by Mabel Millhouse [of 
U. S.] [11934 

© June 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427836; Mr. & Mrs. Lee Roy 
Millhouse, Murphysboro, 111. 

Battle (The) hymn oe America; 
words by H. F. Tolman, music by 
E. S.-S. Huntington [of II. S.] 

[11935 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427644; 

Helen Farr Tolman, West Roxbury, 



Battle (The) hymn of democeacy; 

words by Mrs. M. T. Miller, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of IT. S.] 

[11936 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429458; 

Mrs. Merrill T. Miller, Burke, N. Y. 

Battle (the) hymn of freedom ; 
words by J. E. Douglass [of U. S.] 
music arr. by J. S. [i. e. Joseph 
Surdo, of U. S.] Cincinnati, Willis 
music co. [11937 

© July 26, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918; E 427806; J. E. Douglass, 
Cincinnati. 

■ Same. [11938 

© July 26, 1918; 1 c. July 29, 
1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; E 430080 ; 
J. E. Douglass, Cincinnati. 

Battle hymn of the republic ; 
march, music arr. by M. W. Butler 
[of U. S.] ; piano or organ. [11939 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429155; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Battle (The) in France; words and 

music by Jacob D. Sapir [of U. S.] 

[11940 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 426973; 

J. D. Sapir, Philadelphia. 

Battle of Ypres; by Gaston Borch 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Berg's descrip- 
tive series.) [11941 
© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427592 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 

Battling; a musical sketch, words by 
Frances Nordstrom, music by A. L. 
Stewart [of U. S.] Contents: Intro- 
duction. — What's the matter with 
the men to-day. — Baby talk. — News 
boy Mike. — Memory book. [11942 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 191S; D 19862; 
A. Lambert Stewart, New York. 



Be a grand soldier man for Uncle 
Sam ; words by L. N. Dexter, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [11943 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 429117; Lucile N. Dexter, 
San Diego, Cal. 

Be proud, mother dear, I'm a volun- 
teer; words by J. J. Wingrave, mu- 
sic by William J. Herbst [of U. S.] 
New Orleans, Wm. J. Herbst. 

[11944 
© Aug. 9, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 429365; John J. Wingrave, 
New Orleans. 

Be thou faithful ; sacred duet, words 
from Rev., music by Louis Adolphe 
Coerhe [of U. S.] op. 116, no. 4, 
sop. and alto. (Six vocal duets, 
no. 4) [11945 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1918; E 427900; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Be true sons of America ; words and 
arr. of music by A. Simms, melody 
by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [11946 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427118; 
A. Simms, Wakenda, Mo. 

Bearing the banner of the free. 
See Hold the line. 

Beautiful girl of somewhere; worus 
by William Shaw and Roy Linwood, 
music by Jack Raymond [of U. S.] 
[11947 
© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1918 ; E 430001 ; Walter Jacobs, Bos- 
ton. 

Beautiful lady, tell me ; waltz from 
The rainbow girl, intro. My love is 
for thee, by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by 
T. M. Taylor [of U. S.] ; military 
band. 4to. [11948 

© June 28, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427361 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Same; orch. 4to. [11949 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427362 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Beautiful name ; hymn, words by Al- 
fred Barrett, music by Henry P. 
Morton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. 
of Texas. Seventeenth annual en- 
campment program.) [11950 
© June 15. 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
B 42S095; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 



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pt. in, n. *;., v. 13 



P.ed in summer; words by Robert 
Louis Stevenson, from A child's gar- 
den of verses, music by Norah Bla- 
ney [of Great Britain] [11951 

© July 3, 191S ; 1 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 421389; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Minuet in 
G ; by L. van Beethoven, rev. ed. with 
fingering and instructive annotations 
by Leopold Godowsky [of U. S.] ; 
form and harmony by Alexander 
Henneman [of U. S.] ; biographical 
sketch and glossary by Emerson 
Whithorne [of U. S.] ; piano. (Pro- 
gressive series compositions, catalog 
no. 415, grade 2-b.) [11952 

© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427191 ; Art publication soc, 
St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and annotations.] 



- Same. 



[11953 



© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 : 
E 429263; Art publication soc. St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

Before the rattle; intro. Just before 
the battle, mother, by Root, arr. by 
Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. ( Jing- 
lettes series II, no. 15216) [11954 
© June 12. 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427698; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Begin n Xing of the end; Sammie's 
marching song, words and music by 
G. N. Negus [of U. S.] [11955 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S440; G. Newton Negus, Mt. 
Pleasant, la. 

Belgium, rrave Belgium ; salut, les 
Beiges et la Belgique, words, trans- 
lation and music by W. I. Chambers 
[of U. S.] [11956 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429402; 
Washington Irving Chambers, Wash- 
ington. 

Believe me, if all those endearing 
young charms ; waltz, [words by 
Thomas Moore], music arr. by M. 
W. Butler [of U. S.] ; piano or 
organ ace. [11957 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918 ; E 429147 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 
Sedalia, Mo. 

Beneath the old oak by the river; 
words by C. J. Quisenberry, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 



Beneath hie old oak by hie bxvsb — < 

Continued, 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub co. [11958 

© June 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5, 
1918; E 429141; Chas. J. Quisen- 
berry, Douthat, Okl. 

Berceuse; by Frances McCollin [of 

U. S.] ; organ. [11959 

© May 25, 1918; 2 c. June 14, 

1918; E 426539; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

by H. E. Gunter [of New Zea- 
land] ; violin and piano. London, 
Frederick Harris co. [11960 
© Aug. 8, 1918; 1 c. July 31. 
1918; E 421445; H. E. Gunter, 
Palmerston. New Zealand. 

See also Godard (Benjamin Louis 

Paul) 

Berceuse et cabhxon i.ii.i.ois. See 
Da uses de chez nous. 

Berceuse in F ; by Clarence Albert 
Tufts [of U. S.] ; organ. Los 
Angeles, Cal., Musicians pub. co. 

[11961 
© July 1. 1918 ; 2c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 429386: Colby and Pryibil, Los 
Angeles. 

Best (The) yet; popular medley 

overture no. 34, arr. by T. M. Taylor 

[of F. S.l : full band. 4to. [11962 
© June 28, 191S : 2 c. July 18, 

1918; E 427385; M. Witmark & 

sons, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 
Better (A) day; words and music 

by F. M. Lehman, [of U. S.], arr. by 

Claudia Lehman Mays [of U. S.] 

[11963 

© Apr. 15, 1918; 2 c. May. 3, 

1918; E 428596; Frederick .Martin 

Lehman, Pasadena, 
Bible (The) stands ; words and music 

by Haldor Lillenas [of Norway. 

domiciled at Auburn. 111.] [11964 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. June, 1918; 

E 425S69; Charles M. Alexander, 

Philadelphia. 
Bill don't know we"rk coming; 

words and music by C. M. Hoelzel 

[of U. S.] [11965 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426573; 

Clara Mansfield Hoelzel, St. Paul. 
Bill, your star is falling ; words 

by M. Grogan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11966 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429054; 

M. Grogan, Savannah, Ga. 



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11984 



Biondina. See Venezia. 

Bird at the window. See Spencer 

(Vernon) Six poetic study pieces 

with octaves. 

Bird (The) with a broken wing; 
words by Will Allen Dromgoole, 
music by Florence Golson [of U. S.] 
[11967 
© July 25, 1918; 2 c. July 27, 
1918; E 428924; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Birthday (A) ; part-song, words by 
Christina Rossetti, music by Ed- 
ward Norman Hay [of England] ; 
three women's voices. 4to. (Part 
songs, no. 95) [11968 

© July 5, 1918; 1 c. July 23, 
1918 ; E 421407 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

Black Jack; march, by Fred K. Huf- 
fer [of U. S.] ; military band. 4to. 
[11969 
- © July 12, 3918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427221 ; Dixie music house, 
Chicago. 

Black Yanks over the top; words 
by G. Enlow, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [11970 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429039; 
Grace Enlow, Detroit. 

Blue Danube waltz ; arr. bv Henry 
Weber [of U. S.] ; piano. [11971 
© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 25. 
1918: E 428906; Willis music CO., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on simplified arrangement.] 

Blue devils (Alpine chasseurs) ; 
marehe franchise, by Sol P. Levy [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [11972 

© June 10. 1918; 2 c. July 24, 
3918; E 427600: Cinema music co.. 
New York. 

orch. 4to. [11973 

© June 10. 1918; 2 c. July 24, 
1918; E 427599; Belwin inc., New 
York. 

Blue (The) star in the window; 
words and music by A. S. Reitz [of 
U. S.] ; high. Chicago, Reitz pub. co. 
[11974 
© June 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426934; Albert Simpson Reitz, 
Chicago. 

Bluehonnet song ; words and music 
by N. L. Tillett. [of U. S.] Chicago, 
American music publishers. [11975 
© June IS. 1918; 2 c. July 5, 
1918; E 426931; Nettie Laura Til- 
lett, Abilene, Tex. 



Bluin' the blues ; fox trot, by H. W. 

Ragas [of U. S.] ; piano. [11976 

© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10, 

1918 ; E 430046 ; Leo Feist, inc.. New 

York. 

Blushing roses ; reverie, by Howard 

T. Googins [of U. S.] ; piano. [11977 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429105; Jack Mendelsohn music 

co., Boston. 

Bob-o-link ; words by G. Schuller, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [11978 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 429116; George Schuller, 
Youngstown, O. 

Boo-g-boo (The) medicine man ; words 
by E. E. Leonard, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[11979 
© June 13. 1918; 2 c. Julv 22, 
1918; E 429120; Esther Edna Leon- 
ard. Williamsbridge, N. Y. 

Book of scales; by Caspar P. Koch 
[of U. S.] ; organ. (Scholastic se- 
ries, v. 34.) [11980 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429278; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Book oe songs ; words and music by 
Clarence K. Bawden, Nicholas 
Douty Tof U. S.] and others. 16mo. 
[11981 
© June 10, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. June 
19, 1918 ; A 498665 ; Musical art club, 
Philadelphia. 

Boots, boots, boots ; words by Blanche 
Merrill, music bv Jean Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [119S2 

© July 31, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 427895; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Bourree : an old-fashioned dance, duet, 
by H. J. Taylor [of Great Britain] : 
pf. (Five miniature duets, no. 3) 

[11983 
© June 21, 1918: 1 c. July 22, 
1918; E 42139S; Collar,! Motltrle, 
London. 

Bourree d'Atjvebgne. *< < Dansea da 
chez nous. 

Boy howdy; words ami music bj <!. l. 

Phelps [of U. S.l [11984 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; B 427493; 

Grace Linmere Phelps. Oslikosh, Wis. 



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Boy (The) over there; words by M. 
Classen, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [11985 

© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429140; Myrtle Classen, Coffey- 
ville, Kan. 

Boys be careful when you get to 
France; words by A. Melville and 
T. Edwards, music by A. Melville [of 
Great Britain], arr. by O. G. Brink- 
meier [of U. S.] [11986 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430057; 
Alice Melville and Tom Edwards, 
London. 

Boys (The) brigade is out to-night; 
words by Mrs. I. H. Cannon, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[11987 
© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428587; 
Mrs. Isaac H. Cannon, Federals- 
burgh, Md. 

Boys (The) in khaki ; words by C. M. 
Scott, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [11988 

© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428810; Clarence M. Scott, 
Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Boys (The) of liberty; words by B. 

J. Scully, music by Eugene Platz- 

mann [of U. S.] New Orleans, Chip- 

penola music co. [11989 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 

E 428639; Bartholomew J. Scully, 

New Orleans. 
Boys (The) of the blue and gray; 

29th division march song, words and 

music by J. D. Felsenheld [of U. S.], 

arr. by John Rohacek. [11990 

© Apr. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Apr. 23, 191S ; 

E 423217; J. D. Felsenheld, Chilli- 

cothe, O. 
Boys of the U. S. A. ; words by M. 

Hollinshead-Hubbell, music by J. H. 

Howe [of U. S.] Seattle, Wash., 

Harvey J. Woods. [11991 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 427492; James Hamilton Howe, 

Seattle. 
Boys (The) of the U. S. A.; words 

by P. J. Kearney, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [11992 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; E 427962 ; P. 

J. Kearney, Dover, N. J. 
Boys of Uncle Sam ; words and music 

by W. Hewitt [of U. S.] [11993 

© July 29. 1918; 2 c. July 31, 

.1918; E 427871; William Hewitt, 

Paterson. 



Boys of Uncle Sam — Continued. 

words by A. MacDonald, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[11994 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429043; 
Anna MacDonald, Giroux Lake, Can- 
ada. 

Boys (The) of "Vimy Ridge; march 
and two step, by Herbert J. Edmonds 
[of Canada] ; piano. [11995 

© July 29, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421460; H. J. Edmonds, Windsor, 
Canada. 

Boys (The) over there; words by J. 
Langley, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [11996 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 429124; Jennie Langley, Grand 
Ridge, 111. 

Boys-scouts ; marche, de Paul Fosse, 
arr. par Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[11997 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421472; Societe franchise d'edi- 
tions musicales, theatrales et cfne- 
matographiques, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Boys we're going through ; words and 

music by Jas. Jones [of U. S.]. arr. 

by F. A. Mueller. [11998 

© July 17. 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E. 427769 ; J. Jones, Victor, N. Y. 

Brahms (Johannes) 2 sonates; de J. 
Brahms, op. 1 & 2, rev. par S. Riera 
[of France] ; piano a deux mains. 
(Edition classique A. Durand et fils, 
no. 9579) Contents: Premiere BO- 
nate. — Deuxieme sonate. [11999 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421490: Durand et cie. Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Breath of spuing ; waltz, by M. J. Car- 
ter [of U. S.] pf. [12000 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, l-.ll S ; 
E 427553; May J. Carter, Lebanon, 
N. H. 

Bridge (Frank) Three miniature pas- 
torals; by F. Bridge [of England], 
drawings by M. Kemp-Welch ; piano. 
[12001 
© Apr. 16, 1918; 1 c. July 18; E 
421380; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., Lon- 
don. 



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12017 



Being back the kiss that I gave; 
march song, by Walter J. Pond, arr. 
by Sol P. Levy [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to: 
[12002 
© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 430084 ; Estate of Hamilton S. Gor- 
don, New York. 

Brooklet to the sea ; by Pulcif er, op. 
2, played by Maude Pierson [of U. S.] 
(Bythmodik record music rolls, 
J19294) [12003 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428857; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Beothek; words by Mrs. W. Hosking, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12004 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 429125 ; Mrs. Walter Hosking, Iron 
Mountain, Mich. 

Beothee of mine ; words and music by 

M. A. Crocker [of U. S.] [12005 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 427074; M. A. Crocker, Wareham, 

Mass. 

Buddha; my own, fox-trot, from The 
passing show of 1918, by Lew Pollack 
[of U. S.], arr. by Dave Kaplan [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [12006 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427182; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Bugle (The) call; words by William 
Mahard Davidson, music by G. M. 
Rohrer [of U. S.] [12007 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 429400; Gertrude Martin Rohrer, 
Pittsburgh. 

Bugles (The) call; words by Karl P. 

Hangl, music by Richard Wolf [of 

U. S.] [12008 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; E 430014 ; Karl 

P. Hangl, New York. 

Bunny waltz; by H. F. Asbury [of 
U. S.] ; player-piano. [12009 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 42SS73 ; 
Harry F. Asbury, Brooklyn. 

But afteb the ball was ovee ; then he 
made up for lost time, from Ziegfeld 
follies 1918, words and music by Bud 

• De Sylva and Arthur J. Jackson [of 

U. S.]. [12010 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 

E 427030 ; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 

New York. 



But you, too, may be soeey someday ; 

words and music by B. Recca [of 

Italy, domiciled at San Francisco.]. 

[12011 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 428995; 

Billy Recca, San Francisco. 

Buttebcups ; text by Ethel Claire Good- 
ell, music by Walter J. Goodell [of U. 
S.] [12012. 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428821; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Butteecups and daisies ; unison song, 
words by Mary Howitt, music by W. 
G. Whittaker of Great Britain] 4to. 
(Edward Arnold's series ed. by 
Thomas F. Dunhill, no. 16) [12013 
© June 11, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 421256 ; Edward Arnold, London. 

Buttebfly (The) ; by Gustav Merkel, 
op. 81 no. 4, rev. ed. and instructive 
annotations by Maurice Aronson [of 
U. S.], form and har. by Alex- 
ander Henneman [of U. S.], 
biographical sketch and gloss- 
ary by Emerson Whithorne [of U. 
S.] ; piano. (Progressive series com- 
positions, no. 417, grade 2-b) [12014 
© Aug. 1, 1918; 2 c Aug. 5,1918; 
E 429258; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

concert study by Calixa LevalleS, 

rev. ed. and instructive annotations 
by Maurice Aronson [of U. S.], form 
and har. by Alexander Henneman 
U. S.], biographical sketch and gloss- 
ary by Emerson Whithorne [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Progressive se- 
ries compositions, no. 639, grade 
3-b) [12015 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429260; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and annotations] 

See also Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) 

Butteefly dance ; by Walter E. Miles 
[of U. S.], arr. by J. S. Zamecnik [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Library orchestra 
edition, no. 49) 12016 

© July 6, 191S ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 427859; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Buy a ltbeety bond: words by B. C. 

Tvedt, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] 12017 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427332; 

Bottolf C. Tvedt, Glenwood, Minn. 



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12018 



)lt. ILL 11. S., V. 13 



By cool Siloam's shady rill ; anthem, 
words by Reginald Heber, music by 
Edward Shippen Barnes [of U. S.] 
op. 29, no. 1 ; mixed voices with 
organ ace. 4to. [12018. 

© May 24, 1918; 2 c. June 14, 
1918; E 426543; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

By jingo; words and music by T. J. 

Macdermott [of U. S.] [12019 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427502; 

Thomas James Macdermott, San 

Francisco. 



By the Ganges. 



In India. 



By the gulf of mexico; words by M. 

Fulton, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [12020 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429368; 

Marguerite Fulton, Tampa, Fla. 

By the waters of minnetonka; an 
Indian love song, by Thurlow Lieur- 
ance [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[12021 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427715; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Bye-bye-boys ; words by A. R. Buff, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [12022 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429036; 

Anna R. Buff, Philadelphia. 

Bye bye, dearie, kiss me just once 

more ; words by H. C. Groth, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12023 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429087; 

Herman C. Groth, Brooklyn. 

Cabaletta ; by Theodore Lack, op. 83 ; 
ed., phrased and fingered by Felix 
Fox [of U. S.] ; piano. [12024 

© July 17, 1918; 2 c. Julv 17, 
191S ; E 427328 ; Jos. W. Stern & co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing, phrasing and fingering.] 

Cable the Kaiser we're all wool and 
a yard wide and warranted not to 
run ; words by I. Stinnett, music 
and arr. by S. Serrill [of U. S.] 

[12025 
© 1 c. May 20, 1918; E 430063; 
Irby Stinnett and Sylvia Serrill, 
Bay City, Tex. 

Cairo ; oriental intermezzo fox trot, by 
Lew Pollack [of IT. S.] ; piano. New 
York, Richmond publisher. [12026 
© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1918; E 430029; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. 



Calicoco ; fox-trot, by Frey, played by 
Victor Arden assisted by W. E. D. 
[of IT. S.| (Rythmodik record mu- 
sic rolls, E 19313) [12027 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10. 
1918; E 427135; Rythmodik music 
Corp., -New York. [Copyright Is 
claimed on Interpretation.] 

California, the world's paradise; 
words by E. Gibbs, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[12028 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428768; Evaline Gibbs, Eu- 
reka, Cal. 
Call (The) ; words by A. Baumer, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.l [12029 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427449; 
Adele Baumer, Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 

Call (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by Joseph Snitzer [of 
Russia, domiciled at Pittsburgh], 
arr. by Max Shapiro [of Russia, 
domiciled at Pittsburgh] [12030 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 427043: 
Amy Kirschner, Pittsburgh. 

Call (A) to the flag; words by L. 
Bishop, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.l Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can musk pub. co. [12031 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428802; Loretta Bishop. 
Gorham, X. H. 

Call vs buddys' from U. S. A.; words 
and music by James H. Undenlue 
I of U. S.] [12032 

© July 16. 1918; 2 c. July 17, 
1918; E 427323: J. H. Underdue, 
Philadelphia. 

Calmes, atx quais deserts (Calm, be- 
side the silent quays) ; poeme d'Al- 
bert Samain, English version by 
Rosa Newinarch, music by Joseph 
Jongen [of Belgium]. 1. Pour chant 
avec accompagnemenl de piano et 
quatuor a cordes. Partition et par- 
ties. 2. Chant et piano. 

[12033, 12034 

© July 8, 1918; 1 c. July 9. 1918; 

E 421323. 431324; J. & W. Chester, 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Camouflage; words and melody by 

William Tracev [of U. S.], arr. by 

Jack Earley I of r. S.] [12035 

© 1 c Julj L5, litis: E 427-Jlt>; 

Hewins & Young, New York. 



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12052 



Camp fire dreams ; reverie, by C. C. 
Crammond [of U. S.] op. 76; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [12036 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15. 
1918; E 427230; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Camp-meeting (The) in the air; 
hymn, words by Herbert Buft'um, 
music by R. E. Winsett [of U. S.] 

[12037 
© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427314; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 

Camp Upton march ; by A. Saracina 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [1203S 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 427586; 
Angelo Saracina, New York. 

Campanella. See Paganini (Niccolo) 

Can (The) song; words and music 

by John Brinton [i. e., John Brin- 

ton Whitehead, of U. S.] [12039 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 427393; 

John B. Whitehead, New York. 

Can the Master count on you ; 
words by Julia H. Johnston, music 
by E. M. Roth [of U. S.] [12040 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427559; Elton Menno Roth, St. 
Paul. 

Cancelled on the cross ; hymn, words 
by James Rowe, music by James V. 
Reid [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. 
of Texas. Seventeenth annual en- 
campment program.) [12041 
© June 15, 1918; 2 c. July 1, 
1918; E 428697; Robert H. Cole- 
man, Dallas. 

Cantilena ; from the violoncello con- 
certo in A minor by G. Goltermann, 
op. 14, trans, by Gordon Balch 
Nevin [of U. S.] ; organ. [12042 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427703; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcription.] 

Canzoxetta; by Gustav Hollaender, 
arr. by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; 
orch. (Galaxy, no. 122). [12043 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426S69; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

by Reginald Barrett [of U. S.] ! 

Op. 78; orpin. [12044 i 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1918; E 429009: Willis music co., , 
Cincinnati. 



Capriccietto ; by Klein, op. 40, no. 6, 
played by Augusta Schnabel-Tol- 
lefsen [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, J19234) [12045 
© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427142; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Captain Crossbones ; or, The pirate's 
bride, comic opera in two acts, 
words and music by Arthur A. Penn 
[of U. S.] 4to. [12046 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429342 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Cake-free days; words and arr. of 
melody by E. B. Waterhouse [of 
U. S.] melody by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [12047 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427981; 
Ester B. Waterhouse, Sturgis, S. D. 

Carillons dans la baie ; by Vuille- 
min, played by Maurice Dumesnil 
[of France] (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, red label record, 
N19274). [12048 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428S52 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Carita ; words and melody by M. A. 
Brodie [of U. S.] [12049 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; E 430011; 
Mary A. Brodie, Washington. 

Carnations ; by Fred G. Albers [of 
U. S.], arr. by J. S. Zamecnik [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Library orchestra 
edition, no. 51) [12050 

© July 6, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 427860; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Carolina; from Little Miss 1918, 
words by James Heard, music by 
Melville Gideon [of England] 

[12051 
© July 11, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29. 1918 ; 
E 421434; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co.. London. 

Carrier (The) dove; ballad, words 
and music by E. J. Karl [pseud. Of 
J. E. Muckelvee, of D. S.] St. Louis 
and Now York, Stark music CO. 

[12052 

© July 31, 1895 : 2 c. May 31, 1918; 
E 427635; Jessie E. Muckelvee, St. 
Louis. 



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Carry on ; words and music by C. N. 
White [of U. S.] Cleveland, O., As- 
sociate music pub's. [12053 
© July 25, 1918; 2 c. July 30, 
1918 ; E 428949 ; ' Charles Nelson 
White, Cleveland. 

words and music by M. B. Bar- 
bour [of U. S.] [12054 
© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428946; 
Marian Bird Barbour, Los Angeles. 

words by N. Caughey, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[12055 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427459; 
Nelle Caughey, Chatsworth, 111. 

Cassandra ; slow fox trot, by Geo. 

Tompkins [of U. S.] ; piano. [12056 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 

E 427298 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

Chanson du coeur; a l'opera La glu, 
poCme de Jean Richepin et Henri 
Cain, musique de Gabriel Dupont [of 
France] ; chant et melodie. 4to. 
(La Ruche musicale populaire, no. 
1224) [12057 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 
E 421461 ; Heugel et cie., Paris. 

Chanson indoue (A song of India) 
paroles franchises de Michel Delines 
tr. by Nicholas Douty [of U. S.J, mu- 
sic by N. Rimsky-Korsakow. (Con- 
cert songs, no. 15243) [12058 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427728; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcription] 

Chant de guerre ; poesie de Leon Ton- 
nelier. musique de Florent Schmitt 
[of France] op. 63; voix d'hommes, 
ten. solo avec ace. d'orch. [12059 

© July 3. 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421478 ; Durand et cie., Paris. 

Chant de haine; versions franchise, 
beige et anglaise, paroles et musique 
de T. Dronchat [of France] Paris, 
Th. Bornand. [12060 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421485; Theophile Dronchat, 
Paris. 

Chant nationals francaise. See 
Marseillaise (La) canadienne. 

Chant (The) of the purple and 
gold ; words by Dorothy M. Colman, 
music by Easthope Martin [of Eng- 
land] ; no. 2, in E flat. [12061 
© July 25. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 
E 421454 ; Enoch & sons, London. 



Characteristic (A) piece; by H. E. 
Gunter [of New Zealand] ; piano. 
London, Frederick Harris co. 

[12062 
© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 421446 ; H. E. Gunter, Palinerston, 
New Zealand. 

Charm (The) of Old Glory; words 
and music by W. I. Chambers [of 
U. S.J [12063 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918; E 427886; 
Washington Irving Chambers, Wash- 
ington. 

Cheer, boys, cheer; words and music 

by W. Clews [of U. S.] [12064 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427569; Wm. Clews, Utica, 

Pa. 

Cheer to the good old U. S. A. ; 
words by Mrs. E. Philips, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12065 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427463; 
Mrs. E. Phillips, Duluth, Minn. 

Cheer up Tommy Atkins; words by 
Will J. Hart, music by Edw. G. Nel- 
son [of U. S.] [12066 
© June 12. 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 426957; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

Child (The) and the twilight; 
words by Langdon Elwyn Mitchell, 
music by C. Hubert H. Parry [of 
England] (English lyrics, tenth set, 
no. 4) [12067 

© July 22, 1918; 1 c. July 24, 
1918 ; E 421421 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Children's evening song. See Spen- 
cer (Vernon) Six poetic study 
pieces without octaves. 

Children's pieces. See Schumann 
(Robert Alexander) 

Children's rhymes from A to Z; 
twenty-six progressive piano pieces 
by M. Greenwald [of U. S.J : with 
text. [12068 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 428943; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Child's (A) prayer; melody from 
Free Russia march, by Wolff N. 
Kostakowsky [of U. S.] op. 42; 
piano. Brooklyn, Sam Bederson. 

[12069 
© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1918; E 429414; Nathan W. Kosta- 
kowsky, Brooklyn. 



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12084 



Chimes of Normandy; one-step, by 
Wells, played by Victor Arden and 
Joseph Lambert [of U. S.] ; in B 
flat. ( Rythmodik record music rolls, 
J 101093) [12070 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427150; Rythmodik music 
corp, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Chimney corner songs ; words by 
Helen Taylor, music by Arthur 
Meale [of England] ; no. 2, high. 
Contents: I want you beside me. — 
Fire-light roses. — Snowtime. 

[12071 
© July 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421458 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Choose ; hymn, words and music by 
J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] (In B. 
Y. P. U. of Texas. Seventeenth an- 
nual encampment program.) [12072 
© June 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428706; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Funeral 
march (Marche funebre) ; by F. 
Chopin, op. 35, no. 2, ed. by D. Sa- 
vino [of U. S.] ; in B flat min. ; piano. 
[12073 
© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918 ; E 429376 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Choral. See A. B. C. feature photo- 
play edition. 

Christ is risen, hallelujah ; festival 
anthem for Easter, words by J. G. B. 
Monsell, music by J. Truman Wol- 
cott [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. 
(Easter anthems, no. 10984) [12074 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427749. Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Christian science hymns ; played by 
Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls, J19165.) 
Contents: — 1. Shepherd show me 
how to go. — 2. Saw you my Sav- 
iour. — 3. O'er waiting harpstrings. — 
4. Oh gentle Presence. — 5. Eddy. 

[12075 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 

1918 ; E 428S61 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Christian's (The) dying • peace 
(Tangnefedd y Cristlon yn angen) ; 
hymn, set to tune Winifred, English 
and Welsh words and air by R. E. 



Christian's (The) dying peace — 

Continued. 
Williams [of U. S.], har. and arr. 
by Edith Myfanwy Morgan. [12076 

© July 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 429000; Robert Einion Williams, 
Philadelphia. 

Christmas chimes ; by G. Holcombe 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [12077 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429157; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 

dalia, Mo. 

Christmas in Settimo Vittone (II 
natale a Settimo Vittone) ; folk song, 
by Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, 
obi. 8vo. (Twelve divertimenti, no. 
6.) Cover title: II Natale a Set- 
timo Vittone. [12078 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427921; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Christmas tide; waltz, from Words 
and music by Willy White, arr. by 
T. M. Taylor [of U. S.] ; full orch. 
4to. [12079 

© Apr. 13, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427378 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Same; military band. 4to. 

[12080 
© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427371 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 
Civilization ; words by A. Zicker, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[120S1 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427417; 
A. Zicker, Jersey City. 
Clarinet marmalade; melody, by 
Larry Shields and H. W. Ragas [of 
U. S.] [12082 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427912; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Class song of nineteen eighteen ; 
words and music by S. Roberts [of 
U. S.] [12083 

© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 11, 
1918 ; E 42S627 ; Stella Roberts, Oak 
Park, 111. 
Closer every day ; hymn, words by Al- 
fred Barratt, music by Homy P. 
Morton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. 
Of Texas. Seventeenth annual en- 
campment program.) [120S4 
© Juno 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1. 191S ; 
E !l'X705; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 



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Coast (The) guard; march, by R. H. 

Ellis [of U. S.] ; piano. [12085 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427206; 

Richard H. Ellis, Wethersfield, Conn. 

Col. Leader ; march, by Albert Perfect 
[of Sweden, domiciled at Eugene, 
Or.] ; piano with text. [12086 

© June 4, 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 427395 ; Mighty Oregon pub. CO., 
Eugene, Or. 

Colonial days ; by Charles Huerter 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [12087 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 427010; Boston music co., Boston. 

Colors (The) that never run; 

'words and music by J. W. Beaty 

[of U. S.] [12088 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427239; 

J. W. Beaty, Dayton, Ky. 

Columbia; words by S. I. Girardello, 
music by Carl Muehling [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher] and L. A. Clark [of 
U. S.] Hannibal, Mo., National 
literary and publishers service 
bureau. [12089 

© June 6, 1918 ; 1 c. June 10, 
1918; 1 c. July 29, 1918: E 427837; 
S. 1. Girardello, Detroit. 

Columbia's G. A. R. ; words and music 
by Franklin Edson Belden [of U. 
S.] ; men's voices. (In The morn- 
ing enquirer.) [12090 
© May 26, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427197 ; F. E. Belden, Battle 
Creek. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

Columbia's Sammies; words by M. D. 

Louis, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12091 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427648; 

Minnie D. Louis, New York. 

Come along with me ; from Biff ! 
bang, lyric by everybody, music by 
William Schroeder [of U. S.] 

[12092 
© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E -426899: Jos. W. Stern & CO., New 
York. 

Come and dance with me;, by Bert 
R. Anthony [of U. S. I op. 107, no. 1; 
piano with text. Boston, Evans 
music co. (Two little pieces with 
words, no. 1) [12093 

© July 5. 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427081 : \V. A. Evans, Boston. 



Come and marry me; melody by S. R. 
Henry and D. Onivas [of U. S.] 

[12094 
© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428927; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., Now York. 

Come back, daddy, to me; words and 

melody by B. Woolf and W. Walker 

[of U. S.] [12095 

© 1 e. July 9, 1918; E 428595; 

Bob Woolf, El Paso. 

Come back, June; words and melody 
by Irene Du Vernet Rabell [i. e. 
Mrs. C. F. Rabell, of U. S.], arr. 
by Theodore Westman [of U. S.] 

[12096 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429363; 
Mrs. Charles Francis Rabell, New 
York. 

Come back, my hero ; words by D. W. 

Hall, music by Fred. G. Del Negro 

[of U. S.] [12097 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427992; 

Donald W. Hall, Washington. 
Come back to Ireland and me; 

medley waltz from Once upon a 

time, intro. My Irish song of songs 

and Little colleen, arr. by T. M. 

Taylor [of U. S.l ; military band. 

4to. [12098 

© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. July 18. 

191S ; E 427357 ; M. Witmark & sons. 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Come back to your mother ; words 

and music by G. L. Dignon [of U. 

S.], arr. by Leo O'Keefe [of U. S. I 

[12099 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430075: 

George L. Dignon, Bergenfields, N. J. 

Come, boys, come ; words and music 

by C. E. Henning [of U. S.], arr. by 

Leo Shatzel [of U. S.] [12100 

© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 427.147: 

C. E. Henning, Bradner, O. 

Come buy a liberty bond; words and 
music by K. G. Hoof [of U. S.] 

[12101 
© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 5, 1918; 
E 42(5904; Kate Green Hoof, La 
Grange, 111. 

Come home, my hero, my soldier; 
words by T. August, music by E. 
Gary [of U. S.] [12102 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 42704.",; Thomas August. Battle 
Creek. 



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12120 



Come lads, it's time to go home; 

words by E. B. Whitmore, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12103 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427957; 

Evelyn B. Whitmore, Highlands, Me. 

Come on, boys, we're headed aceoss 

the Rhine; words and melody by 

N. P. Bryan [of U. S.] [12104 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428686; 

Norris P. Bryan, New York. 

Come over the top; sacred quartette, 
words by F. D. Randle, music by 
Felix West [of U. S.] 4to. [12105 
© June 3, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918; E 427795; Fannie Donaldson 
Handle, Hutchinson, Kan. 

Come smile with me; words by S. 
Rose, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12106 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426560; 
Sam Rose, St. Paul. 

Come to Jesus just now ; hymn, 
words by T. O. Chisholm. music by 
Henry P. Morton [of U. S.] (In 
B. Y. P. U. of Texas, seventeenth 
annual encampment program). 

[12107 
© June 15, 1918; 2 c. July 1, 
1918; E 428713; Robert H. Cole- 
man, Dallas. 

Come to my arms ; words and arr. of 
melody by E. May [of U. S.], melody 
by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [1210S 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427784; 
Evelyn May, Rocky Ford, Col. 

Comet (the) ; mazurka de concert 
by C. W. Kern [of U. S.] op. 362 ; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[12109 
© July 19, 1918; 2 c, July 22, 
1918 ; E 427488 ; W. A. . Evans, 
Boston. 

Comic hurry ; by Christopher 0"Hare 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Music for the 
photoplay, no. 7) [12110 

© July 15, 191S; 2 c. July 23, 
191S; E 427544; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Communion service; mass, by George 
Hensdiel [of Great Britain] op. 65; 
eight mixed voices a capella in C. 
4to. [12111 

© June 26, 1918; 1 c. July 15, 
1918; E 421346; Bnyley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 



Complainte de Minuecio ; a l'opera 
Carmosine, poeme de H. Cain et L. 
Payen, melodie par Henry Fevrier 
[of France] 4to. (La Ruche musi- 
cale populaire, no. 1225) [12112 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421465; Heugel et cie, Paris. 

Comrades ; words by Byrdie M. Fair- 
field, music by James Alvin Fair- 
field [of U. S.] [12113 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 420019 ; Fairfield & Heaton, Hast- 
ings, Nebr. 

Concert serenade; on the andante 
from Raymond overture, arr. by M. 
Halperin [of U. S.] ; piano. [12114 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426888 ; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement] 

Concerto. See Tschaikowsky (Peter 
II j itch) 

Confidence. See Mendelssohn-Bar- 
tholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Congressional ; march, by W. Icke, sr. 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [12115 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427832; 
William Icke, sr., Brooklyn. 

Consolation ; by Cyril Scott [of Eng- 
land] ; pf. [12116 
© July 31, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421453 ; Elkin & CO., ltd., London. 

See also Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 

(Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Contradanza; arr. by Vincent Spadea 
[of U. S.] ; clarinet solo. [12117 

© July 20. 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 1918 : 
E 427402 ; V. Spadea, New York. 

— — di Alberto Rizzi [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; mand., violino 
or clarinetto. [1211S 

© July 1, 191S ; 2 c. July 10, 191S ; 
E 427066; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

Couxktist's (The) wkkkly technical 
review ; or, 508 studies in seven exer- 
cises, l>\' Antonio De I. a Mora [of 
U. S.| ri2119 

© Aug. 6, 1918; '1 c. Au- 5, 1918; 
E 429228; Do I.a .Mora pub, <".. Mo 
ridian, Miss. 

Countby mink: song patriotic, words 

by Woodbridge Clapp, music by i>. W. 

Hall I of U. S.| 112120 

© l o. July 25, 1918; E 428886; 

Donald W. Hall. Washington. 



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Country (The) we love; words by E. 
Stanley, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12121 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429020; 
Elizabeth Stanley, Peoria, 111. 

Covenant; words by Cordelia Brooks 
Fenno, music by Frederick S. Con- 
verse [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Songs of freedom, no. 57) [12122 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 
E 428748 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Ceadle (A) croon ; words and music by 
Leo Oehmler [of U. S.] op. 298. 

[12123 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427702 ; Theo. Presser co., Philadel- 
phia. 
Crafty (The) spy; by Gaston Borch 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Berg's descriptive 
series) [12124 

© June 1. 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427591 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 
Croon me to sleep; words by K. M. 
Ryan, music by Rudolf Seiger [of 
IT. S.] [12125 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 429382; 
Kathryn Michael Ryan, Los Angeles. 
Cross (The) of red; patriotic song, 
words and music by S. A. Blackman 
[of U. S.] [12126 

© 1 c. May 31, 1918; E 427173; 
Sarah A. Blackman, Milwaukee, Or. 
Crossing the bar; words by Alfred 
Tennyson, music by Jas. J. Bell [of 
U. S.] [12127 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. June 19, 1918 ; 
E 425847; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 
Crown the King with praise; words 
by James Rowe, music by Gerasim E. 
Vinaroff [of U .S.] [12128 

© June 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 427306; G. E. Vinaroff, Russell, 
Kan. 
Crowning the king; by Walter Rolfe 
[of U. S.] ; pf. (Tinkle tunes, no. 
15353) [12129 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427687; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. * 
Cruel mama Mary done stole my 
man away ; words and music by 
Perry Bradford [of U. S.] [12130 
© June 29, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918; E 427288; Connorized music 
co., New York. 
Cuckoos and the children. See 
Spencer ( Vernon ) . Six poetic study 
pieces without octaves. 



Cupid used a whip; novelty sketch, 
words and music by John S. Black 
[of U. S.] [12131 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; D 19858; 
Mabelle Sherman and Arthur Ut- 
try, Chicago. 

Daddy's gone to fight the Hun, 

HURRAY, HURRAY, HURRAY; words 

and music by L. J. Pollak [of U. 
S.] New York, Phil P. Benedict. 

[12132 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428456; Lincoln J. Pollak, New 
York. 
Daddy's gone to war ; words by L. H. 
Gill, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12133 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427433; 

Luetta H. Gill, Las Vegas, Nev. 

Daddy's gone to war, baby mine; 

words by E. Evarts, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12134 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429440; 
Elizabeth Evarts, New York. 

Daddy's little man ; words by J. B. 
McHale, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12135 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427244; 
Julia B. McHale, Providence. R. I. 
Daddy's lullaby ; words and music 
by D. G. Willets [of U. S.] [12136 
© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428933; 
David Gifford Willets, Trenton, N. J. 
Dainty (The) dancer; by Charles 
Huerter [of England] ; piano. 

[12137 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 427013 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Dainty (The) farmerette; words 
and music by E. M. Sheetz [of U. 
S.], arr. by Ionvertl W. Bosser [of 
U. S.] [12138 

© 1 c. June 24, 1918; E 427033; 
Emma M. Sheetz, Chicago. 
Dance in the gloaming ; intro. In the 
gloaming, by Harrison, arr. by Wal- 
ter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Im- 
pressions in tone, no. 15287.) 

[12139 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427693; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Dance (The) of Pan ; air de ballet, by 
Georges Clerbois [of U. S.] op. 2. no. 
2; piano. [12140 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429164; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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Dance of the ceickets; by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Tinkle 
tunes, no. 15341) [12141 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427686; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dance of the dwarfs ; by W. Berwald 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (When school's 
out, no. 15308) [12142 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427738; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

by W. Leon [of Great Britain] ; 

full orch. 4to. (Kursaal edition, no. 
97) [12143 

© July 25, 1918; 1 c. July 27, 
1918 ; E 421426 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
ltd., London. 

Dance of the marionettes; by W. 
Berwald [of U. S.] ; piano. [12144 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 
E 428623; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Dance of the shadows ; by R. G. 
Adams, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [12145 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 429392 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Dance orientale a la Chinoise; by 
Harriette Cady [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls, J 19254) 

[12146 

© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428845 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Dance with me; intro. Just you and 
me, one step, from The Grass widow, 
by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; military band, 
4to. [12147 

© May 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427363 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

one-step, from The grass widow, 

by Hirsch, played by Al Sterling and 
Victor Arden [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, E19183). 

[12148 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427130; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation] 



Dance with me — Continued. 

intro ; Just you and me, 

by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 
[12149 
© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427369 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Dancing bear. See Spencer (Vernon) 
Six poetic study pieces without oc- 
taves. 

Dancing girls of Delhi. See In In- 



Dancing round the May-pole; polka, 
by Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 
118, no. 3; piano. (When spring 
comes, no. 15210) (Cover title: 
Dance round the May-pole) [12150 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427744; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Danse alsacienne. See Danses de 

chez nous. 
Danse-caprice ; by L. Leslie Loth 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [12151 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429188; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 
Danse coquette; by L. Leslie Loth 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [12152 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429190; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 
Danse gracieuse; by L. Leslie Loth 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [12153 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429189; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 
Danse humoristique ; by N. Berwald 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (When school's 

out, no. 15306) [12154 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427740. Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 
Danse Mignon ; intro. Gavotte from 

Mignon, by A. Thomas, arr. by Walter 

Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. (Impressions 

in tone, no 152S8. Cover title: 

Dance Mignonne) [12155 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 

E 427696; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 
Danse norvegienne, no. 3; by Gerard 

Tonning [of U. S.] ; pf. [12150 

© June 12, 191S ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 

B 427(577 ; Theo. Presser co., I'hila- 

delphia. 



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Danse poetique; by Charles Huerter 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [12157 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427007 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Danse rustique ; de A. Perilhou [of 

France] ; piano. (Deux compositions 

pour piano, no. 2) [12158 

© July 3. 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 421483; Heugel et cie., Paris. 

Danses (Les) de chez nous; par H. 
Maurice Jacquet [of France] ; piano. 
Contents: Berceuse et carillon lillois. 
— Volte de Provence. — DeTobee Bre- 
tonne. — Bourree d 'Auvergne. — 
Danse alsacienne. — Epilogue. [12159 
© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 421386 ; Societe gengrale theatrale 
et d'editions, Paris. 

Daeewski's (Herman) first song an- 
nual; words and music by various 
authors, compiled by H. Darewski 
music pub. co. [of England] ; with 
tonic sol fa setting. [12160 

© June 25, 1918 ; 1 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 421353; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Daughter (The) of Rosie O ' Grady ; 
waltz bv Donaldson, played by Muriel 
Pollock [of U. S.] ; in E flat. 
(Rvthmodik record music rolls, 
X 101294) [12161 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427149 ; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

by Walter Donaldson, arr. by 

T. M. Taylor [of U. S.] ; military 
band. 4to. [12162 

© Apr. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427381 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

— Same; orch. 4to. [12163 

© Apr. 9. 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427368 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Daughters (The) of our country; 
words by W. C. Betts, sr., music by 
B. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12164 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427625; 
William C. Betts, sr., Chicago. 

Dawn (The) of a perfect day ; words 
and music by E. A. McClure [of U. 
S.], arr. by Hague Kinsey. Los An- 
geles, R. W. Heffelnnger. [12165 
© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 428604; Eloise A. McClure, Long 
Beach. Cal. 



Days of love; polka, by A. M. Lo 
Scalzo | of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; piano. [12166 

© July 3, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918 ; E 427796 ; Anthony Michael Lo 
Scalzo, Now York. 

Days (The) of youth; valse, by A. 
T. Cort [of U. S.] ; piano. New 
York, Hardings music house. 

[12167 
© June 24, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427022: Arthur T. Cort, Dexter, 
N. Y. 

Day's (A) work done; words and mu- 
sic by James S. Sweet [of U. S.] ; 
violin obbl. ; in B flat. [12168 

© July 3. 1918 ; 2 c. June 25, 1918 ; 
E 427089 ; J. S. Sweet pub. co., Santa 
Rosa, Cal. 

Dear heart, of you I'm dreaming; 

words by Joseph H. Gray, music 

and arr. by H. H. Frey [of U. S.] 

[12169 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429093; 

Harry H. Frey, Chicago. 

Dear little girl good-bye ; words and 
arr. of melody by E. B. Waterhouse 
[of U. S.]. melody by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [12170 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427973; 
Ester B. Waterhouse, Sturgis, S. D. 

Dear old Delaware ; words by A. M. 
Arniel, music by Chas. T. Edwards 
[of U. S.] [12171 

© July 17, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918; E 427771; Annie M. Arniel, 
Wilmington. Del. 

Dear Old Glory; by Bernard Ham- 
blen [of U .S.| : band. 4to. 1. B flat 
ten. saxophone. — 2. 1st B flat clari- 
net. — 3. D Hat piccolo. — 4. 1st and 
2nd B flat tens.— 5. 1st B flat cor- 
net. — ('». E lint cornet. — 7. Bassoon. — 
S. Oboe.— 9. Baritone.— 10. 3rd trom- 
bone.— 11. 2nd and 3rd B Hat clari- 
nets.— 12. So'.. I". flat cornet.— 13. 1st 
and 2nd trombones. — 14. 3rd and 4th 
E flat altos.— 15. 1st and 2nd E flat 
altos.— 16. Tuba.— 17. Drums.— IS. B 
Hat sop. saxophone.— 19. E flat bari- 
tone saxophone. [12172-12190 
© Aug. 2, 1918; 2 c each An- ::. 
1918; B 429483, 429501 : H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 

Deab oi ii homeland; words and music 
by A. D. Crosby Tof U. S.] [12191 
© 1 (. Aim. 6, 1918; E 429283; 
Alpheus l»ixi Crosby, New York. 



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12207 



Dear old mother of mine; words by 

A. A. Nunziant, music by Ernest 

Castellucci [of U. S.] [12192 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; B 427579; 

A. A. Nunziant, Newark, N. J. 

Dear (The) old U. S. A. ; words by" 
R. Hallock, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [12193 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429253 ; Rhodes Hallock, Tonapalv 
Nev. • 

Declining day ; by Harold Wallis [of 
England] op. 15 ; piano. Contents : — 
1. Sunset.— 2. Twilight.— 3. Moon- 
shine.— 4. Night. [12194 
© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 421382 ; Elkins & co., ltd., London.. 

Deep in your heart of hearts ; words 
by Percy Edgar, music by T. W. 
Thurban [of England] ; voice and 
piano with cello and violin ace. 
Blackpool, H. Sharpies & sons, ltd. 
[12195 
© July 22, 1918; 1 c. July 31, 
1918: E 421439; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Deep River; words anon., music by 
Illinois state register [of U. S.] r 
[12196 
© June 22, 1918; 2 c. July 19, 
1918 ; E 428761 ; Illinois state regis- 
ter, Springfield, 111. 

Defenders (The) of our nation; 

words bv R. B. Church, music by 

Artie Bowers [of U. S.] [12197 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; E 430032; 

R. B. Church, Akron. O. 

Deliben (Clement Philibert Leo) 
Roi (Le) l'a dit (The king hath. 
said) ; overture to the comic opera, 
by L. Delibes, arr. by Ross Jung- 
nickel [of U. S.] ; large or small 
orch. (Artist's orchestra reper- 
toire, no. 16) [12198 
© July 1, 1918; 2 c. July 1, 191S; 
E 428453 ; Ross Jungnickel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Democracy ; words by J. Fuhrman, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12199 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 128788; .lames Fuhrman, 
Pittsburg. 



Democracy's dream of anno Domini 
1920 to the German patriots of 
1848 ; words by W. Dearness, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12200 

© 1 c. July 26, 191S; E 427652; 

William Dearness, Wauwatosa, Wis. 

Derby day in Dlxie; one-step, by 
Whiting, played by Donald Makay 
[of U. S.] ; in F. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, X101264) 

[12201 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 

1918 : E 428858 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Derobee Bretonne. See Danses de 
chez nous. 

Deuxieme polonaise. See Liszt 
Franz) 2 polonaises. 

Deuxieme sonate. See Brahms 
(Johannes) 2 sonates. 

DlCTEES HARMONIQUES A 2 PARTIES ; 

par Paul Rougnon [of France] 4to. 
[12202 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421474 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 

Did you see my man looking for me : 
words and arr. of music by E. Dowd. 
melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [12203 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427117; 
Ellen Dowd, Camas, Wash. 

Dimples ; intermezzo, by Wm. M. Daly 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [12204 

© Aug. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 

E 430034; T. B. Harms & Francis, 

Day & Hunter. New York. 

Disappointed Bill ; words and music 
by Gertrude Watson [of U. S.] 

[12205 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 191S; E 429317; 
G. Watson. St. Louis. 

Dixie. See <4riffes (Charles T.) Six 
patriotic songs. — u. S. A. forever. 

Dixns, dear; words by Harry Castling, 
music by Henry E. Pether [of Eng- 
land | [12206 
© July 3, 191S ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421302; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Dixie (The) gibl; words by D. M. 
Reedy, music by L. M. Wilhite [of 
r. S.| 112207 

© Julv 15. 1918 ; 2 <■. July 13. 1918; 
E 428643; 1 >. M. Reedy & Lillie M. 
Wilhite, Austin, Tex. 



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Dixie girl of mine ; words and arr. of 
melody by Mrs. S. G. McCall [of 
U. S.], melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] 
[12208 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427985 ; Mrs. 
S. G. McCall, Florence, S. C. 

Dixie land's my home ; words by L. M. 

Burney [pseud, of E. M. Pride], 

melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[12209 

© 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; E 428588 ; E. 

M. Pride, Georgianna, Ala. 

Djeb kiss ; words by J. Will Callahan, 
music by Milton Ager [of U. S.] 

[12210 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 30, 1918 ; 

E 427913 ; LeO Feist, inc., New York. 

Do-re-mi ; fox trot intermezzo, by Otto 

Motzan [of U. S.] ; piano. [12211 

© Aug. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 

E 430081 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 

inc., New York. 

Do your bit for Uncle Sammy ; words 
and music by A. F. M. Custance Tof 
U. S.] 8vo. [12212 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 
E 427889; Arthur Frederick Mus- 
grave Custance, Duluth, Minn. 
[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement] 

Doing your bit ; words and music by 

Mrs. O. Neuhaus [of U. S.], arr. 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12213 

© 1 c. July 20, 191S; E 427428; 

Mrs. Oscar Neuhaus, Bicknell, Ind. 

Dondon-Bushi ; melody founded on a 
Japanese theme, by Homer N. Bart- 
lett [of U. S.] op. 246; piano. 

[12214 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3. 1918 ; 
E 429162; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Don't be a burglar, my bright-eyed 
boy ; words by J. B. Bolton, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12215 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427470; 
J. B. Bolton, Rapid City, Canada. 

Don't forget me if I shouldn't hap- 
pen to come home; words and mu- 
sic by M. E. Lane [of U. S.] [12216 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427666; 
Mary E. Lane, Greencastle, Ind. 



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Don't forget that I'm a soldier's 

sweetheart; words by A. Burger, 

melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[12217 

© 1 c. July 13. 1918; E 428665; 

Adella Burger, Mather, Wis. 

Don't forget them ; words and music 

by D. Croese [of Holland, domiciled 

at Baltimore] [12218 

© 1 c. June 24, 1918; E 427075; 

Dirk Croese, Baltimore. 

Don't forget to come back, Mack ; 
by James V. Monaco, arr. by Geo. 
J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch. 
in G. [12219 

© July 20. 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 427509 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

■ words by Paul Cunningham, mu- 
sic by James V. Monaco [of U. S.] 
[12220 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426987 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Don't forget to write my dear; 
words and music by E. Mason [of 
U. S.] New York, Church, Paxson & 
co. [12221 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427531; Elgin Mason, New York. 

Don't you want to be a soldier; 
words and music by Mr. and Mrs. 
H. B. Browning [of U. S.] Toledo, 
O., H. B. Browning pub. co. [12222 
©July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 5, 1918; 
E 426967; Hiram B. Browning, To- 
ledo, O. 

Doppo 'o matrimonio; versi di Giu- 
seppe Scotto di Carlo, musica del 
Gennaro Quaranta [of Italy], domi- 
ciled at New York] [12223 
© 1 c. June 27. 1918; E 427849; 
Alfredo Bascetta. Brooklyn. 

Dorothy polka; by J. Schweiger [of 
U. S.] ; cornet or trombone, piano 
ace. [12224 

© July 24. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 430083; John Schweiger, Long 
Prairie, Minn. 

Down at the old men's ball; words 

and music by A. A. Machet [of 

[U. S.] [12225 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 4L'Ts4J ; 

Arthur Angel Machet, Detroit. 

Dramatic allegro; by Christopher 
O'Hare [of U. S.] ; orch. (Music for 
the photoplay, no. 8) [12226 

© July 19. 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 427543; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



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no. 8, 1918 



12243 



Dream-castles ; reverie, by Marie 
Crosby [of U. S.] op. 44, no. 3; pi- 
ano. (Bedtime stories) [12227 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429192; G. Schinner, inc., New 
York. 

Dream day; words by M. J. Calhoun, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12228 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; E 427942; 

Mira J. Calhoun, Dixmont, Pa. 

Dream (A) in the wild wood; words 
by N. Thatcher, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[12229 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
191S; E 429126; Nellie Thatcher, 
Portland, Mich. 

Dream (The) of a soldier boy; by 
James V. Monaco [of U. S.] ; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [12230 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427355 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Dream of Coppelia; by Belle McKee 
[of U. S.] ; piano [Tacoma, Wash.] 
Lamaine music pub. co. [12231 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428641; I. McKee Bloch, 
Tacoma, Wash. 

Dream of prosperity waltz; mar- 
zenia rozkoszy, by A. Szuszczewicz, 
arr. by J. Messina [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [12232 

© July 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1918; E 429303; Joseph Krygier, 
Philadelphia. 

Dream of the ball; by Archibald 
Joyce [of England], orchestrated by 
Bertram Lestrange [of England] ; 
orch. 4to. (Orchestral journal of 
popular music, no. 594) [12233 

© June 8, 191S; 1 c. July 16, 
1918; E 421358; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Dream of the dance; waltz, by Wal- 
ter Knife [of U. S.], intro. Love's 
dream after the ball; by Czibulka ; 
piano. (Impressions in tone, no. 
15248.) [12234 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918 ; E 4276S4 ; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Dream of the roses ; by Carlo Mora 

[of U. S.] ; pf. [12235 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427709; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Dream (The) that made things dif- 
ferent; words by Eliza E. Hew- 
itt [of U. S.], music by Adam Gei- 
bel. [12236 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 430074; Dudley T. Lim- 
erick, Philadelphia. [Copyright is 
claimed on new words.] 

Dreaming of Dixie ; words and arr. 
of music by O. James-Alleshouse, 
melody by Floda E. Fisher [of U. S.] 
[12237 
© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427113; 
Olive James - Alleshouse, Arcadia, 
Tex. 

Dreaming of home; words by E. J. 
Burkett. music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12238 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427285; 
E. J. Burkett, Hyndman, Pa. 

Dreams of love; waltz, by E. Lazar 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [12239 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427486; 
Emil Lazar, Milwaukee. 

Driving back the Hindenburg line; 
words by D. M. Allison, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12240 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429056; 
Derb M. Allison, Centerville, la. 

Dying (The) soldier boy; words by 

E. S. Williams, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [12241 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429090; 

E. S. Williams, Northport, Wash. 

Dying (A) soldier's farewell ; words 

and arr. of music by B. Oakley, mel- 

odv by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[12242 

© 1 c. July 10, 191S; E 427124; 

Bertha Oakley, Bradford, Pa. 

Eastern romance; by N. Eimaky- 
KorsakofE [and] Serenade, by A. 
Aronsky: arr. by Otto Langey [of 
U. S.] ; orch. with piano conductor. 
(Galaxy, no. 124.) [12243 

© July 27, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 191S ; 
E 42910C; (5. Schinner. Inc., New 
York, [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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Echoes of Hawaii; by K. Olson [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Cincinnati, Willis 
music co. [12244 

© June 13. 1918; 2 c. June 17, 
1918; E 425735: Katheryn Olson, 
Glen Flora. Wis. 

Eoo (Echo) ; double canon in unison, 
by Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, 
obi. 8vo. (Twelve divertimenti no. 
7.) Cover title: Echo. [12245 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427922; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Eddy. See Christian science hymns. 

Eileen shosa : by J. Holbrooke [of 
Great Britain], ed. by Ed. D'Evry ; 
organ. London, Cary & co. [12246 
© June 28, 1918; 1 c. June 29, 
1918 ; E 421261 : Jos. Holbrooke, c/o 
Cary & co.. London. 

E:.an du coeui: ; poemetto, by Pietro 
A. Yon [of U. S.J ; organ, obi. 8vo. j 
'Twelve divertimenti, no. 3) 

[12247 
© Aug. 5. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 : 
B 42791S; J. Fischer & bro., New 
Tork. 

Eleanor : serenade, words and music 
by Jessie L. Deppen [of U. S.] ; 
violin and cello obbl. : low. medium 
and high. [1224S 

© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
14, 1918; E 429394: Sam Fox pub. 
co., Cleveland. 

Elegie. See A. B. C. photo play con- 
cert edition no 6. 

Elegy; by Frederic L. Hatch [of U. 

S.] : piano. [12249 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427717; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Eli eii, lomo asavtoni ; arr. in sim- 
plified form by Jos. Kammen [of 
U. S.] [12250 

© June 15, 1915; 2 c. June 4, 
1918 ; E 429292 ; Saul Schenker, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
simplified arrangement] 

Epilogue. See Danses de chez nous.. 

ESCUELA TEORICA Y PBACTICA DEL 

piano ; por Sigismundo Lebert y 
Louis Stark. Version en espagndl 
de Federigo II. Martens [of U. S.] 
Part 1. xxiv, 108 p. fol. [12251 
© May 31. 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aft. July 29. 1918; A 501468; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 



Essential rudiments; an introduc- 
tion to the arl of pianoforte playing, 
by Edith Hatch [of U. S.] ; bk. I. 
(Educational series no. 163 a.) 

112252 
© Juue 22, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; E 427035: Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is 'Claimed 
on augmented edition with addi- 
tional material] 

ETE. See Saisnns. 

Eulalie; song of the Southland; 
words by Regina Kane Ipseud. of J. 
A. Kittingerj. music by Felix West 
[pseud, of Alfred Wooler of Canada, 
domiciled at Buffalo] [12258 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 428990: 
Jeanie A. Kittinger, Buffalo. 

Evelyn: by S. Weller I of C. S. | ; 
piano. Brooklyn, Sain Bederson, 

[12254 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10, 

191S; E 42!)4ir,; Nathan W. Kos- 

takowsky, Brooklyn. 

Evening shadows: words by Adelaide 
Procter, music by T. D. Williams 
I of r. S.] : violin obbl. [12255 

© .June 12. 1918; 2 <•. July 26, 
1918: E 42S9:5S; Theo. Presser CO., 
Philadelphia. 

Eventide; sacred duet, words by Char- 
lotte Elliott, music by George B. 
Nevin [of U. S. | ; sop. and alto, or 
baritone. [12256 

© June 4. 1918; 2 c. June 14, 
1918; E 426538; Oliver DltSOD CO., 
Boston. 

Everybody get together and put thb 
Kaisee out; words by M. Crudup, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
F. S.] 112257 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 42T^S2 ; 
Malissia Crudup, Cambridge, Mass. 

Everybody loves a Sammy ; words and 
music by Russell C. Goldberg I of 
U. S.] [12258 

© July 13. 1918; 2 c. July 15. 
1918: E 42S689; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., New York. 

Everybody'^ going across ; words by 
A. Borges, music by Arthur Bowerf 
[of U. S.] [12259 

© 1 c. July 2, 1918; E 4-j(;s76, 
Aurora Borges, St. Paul. 



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Everybody's swatting at the same 
big fly ; words by C. O. Boan, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12260 

© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429142; C. Clifford Boan, Eldon, 
Mo. 

E \ E R Y B O D Y WELCOME — EVERYTHING 
FREE, THAT IS THE SLOGAN OF THE 

K. of C. ; words by Alex Sullivan, 
music by Thomas Egan [of U. S-] 
[12261 
© Aug. 14, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
3918; E 430022; E. & S. pub. co., 
New York. 

Every-one over the top ; words and 
music by L. J. Burt [of U. S.] 
Youngstown, O., Burt-Moore pub. 
co. [12262 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428965 : Lee J. Burt, Youngstown, 
O. 

Everything is peaches down in Geor- 
gia; words by Grant Clarke, music 
by Milton Ager and Geo. W. Meyer 
[of U. S.] [12263 

© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918: E 427504: Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Everywhere; words by J. C. Rich- 
ards, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12264 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427411; 
.T. C. Richards, Hyde Park, Mass. 

Ev'ry' where; words and music by F. 

Seymour and F. W. Pike [of U. S.] 

[12265 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427781; 

Frederick Seymour and Fred W. 

Pike, Toledo, O. 

Everybody's cra/.y 'bout the doggone 
blues ; fox-trot, by Creamer & Lay- 
ton, played by Eubie Blake [of U. 
S.] : in A flat. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls. X101103.) [12266 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
191S ; E 428864 ; American piano co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Ksistence (The) of love; words by 
M. Cooper, music by Leo Friedman 
lot U. S.] Chicago. 111.. North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [12267 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
IMS; E 428806; May Cooper, Wag- 
oner. S. C. 



Eyes of blue; words and music by 
Isabel Wister [of U. S.] San Fran- 
cisco, Cal., Bellini pub. co. [12268 
© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429084; George W. Piner, San 
Francisco. 

Eyes (The) of the world are on me; 

words by N. B. Norman, melody bv 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12269 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429372; 

N. Boyd Norman. Fairforest, S. C. 

Fair (A) exchange; words by Mattie 
Lee Hawsgen, music by Florence 
Turner-Maley [of U. S.] ; high. 

[12270 
© June 26, 1918; 2 c. June 27, 
1918; E 427020; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth. New York. 

Fair (The) hills of Ireland; words 
by C. Fox Smith, music by Chas. 
Villiers Stanford [of England! ; no. 
3. in B flat. [12271 

© July 25, 1918: 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1918 ; E 421456 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Fairest of all (Pin bello del sole) ; 
words by E. Casalino, music by 
Mana Zucca [of If. S.l op. 35; me- 
dium in E flat. [12272 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8. 1918 ; 
E 427011 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Fairies' jubilee; schottische, by Dor- 
othy V. Crammond [of U. S.] op. 
12 ; piano. Boston. Evans music co. 
[12273 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427078 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Fairy Grace; by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 103, no. 4; 
piano. (Seven recreative studies, 
no. 4) [12274 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3. 191S ; 
E 429201 ; G. Scbirnier. inc. New 
York. 

Fairy (The) tales of Ireland: 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Eric Ooates [of Great Britain] 

11227.-, 

© July 3. 191S; 1 c. July 19. 1918: 
E 421391: Cbappell & co.. ltd., Lon- 
don. 
Faith ok America; words by Edmund 
Vance Cooke, music by John S. 
Zainccnik [of U. S. | ; in A flat, in 
B flat. [12276 

© Aug. it. 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 14. 
1918; E 429893; Sam Fox pub. CO., 
Cleveland. 



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Faithfulness. See Love rosary. 

Fantasy on the anthems of the 

allied nations ; by Christopher 

O'Hare [of U. S.] ; orch. [12277 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 430010; Boston music co., Boston. 

Fare thee, honey, fake thee well; 
words and melody by James Albert 
Leighton and Geo. Franklin Leigh- 
ton [of U. S.], arr. by Herbert Kerr 
[of U. S.] [12278 

© 1 c. July 16, 1917; E 406810; 
The Leightons, Baldwin, L. I., N. Y. 

Farewell America; words by E. 
Johnson, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [12279 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428789; Emilie Johnson, 
Modesto, Cal. 

Farewell Dubuque; words by W. L. 
Kunkel, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [12280 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 42S775 ; William L. Kunkel, 
Green Island, la. 

Farewell (The) kiss; words by E. 
Drauschke, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12281 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427448; 
Etta Drauschke, Broten, Id. 

Farewell mother; words by A. B. 
Avery, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12282 

© 1 e. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429442; 
Asenath Bailey Avery, Springfield, 
Mass. 

words by Mrs. T. W. Axley, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[12283 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426547; 
Mrs. Tom W. Axley, Murphy, N. C. 

Farewell mother, sweetheart, wife; 
words by F. E. W. Torrey, music 
by H. L. West [of U. S.] [12284 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429203 ; Flora E. W. Torrey, Hou- 
satonic, Mass. 

Farfalletta; polka, by S. Cambria 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] 
op. 30, mand. orch. [122S5 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426947; Stellario Cambria, New 
York. 



Father whate'er of earthly bliss; 
anthem, words by Anne Steele, 
music by Walter Howe Jones [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. (Hymn 
anthem for mixed voices, no. 10986) 
[12286 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427756; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Fee (La) de la fontaine; les reves 
de Colombine, by Beach, op. 85, 
no. 1, played by Augusta Schnabel- 
Tollefsen [of U. S.] (Ilythmodik 
record music rolls, J 19244) 

[12287 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 

1918; E 427151; Rythmodik music 

corp., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Felicia waltz ; by Walter Rolfe [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Tinkle tunes, no. 
15340) [12288 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427688; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Field (The) musician ; collection of 
the most used U. S. regulation army 
calls, by C. S. Walton [of U. S.] ; 
fife and drum, bugle and drum, 
obi. 24 mo. [122S9 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427546 ; Charles S. Walton, Phila- 
delphia. 

Field (The) of France; words and 

music by M. B. Barbour [of U. S.] 

[12290 

© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 42S947; 

Marian Bird Barbour, Los Angeles. 

Fight for the flag ; words and music 

by Ruth Oellig Dorroh [of U. S.] 

[12291 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2, 

1918; E 430079; H. H. Oellig, 

Petaluma, Cal. 

Fight on, America; words and music 
by Jean Taggart [of U. S.] 

[12292 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 427211 ; Taggart music pub. 
co., Evanston, 111. 

Fighting for freedom and you ; pa- 
triotic song, words by Grace Grin- 
sted Arundel, music by C. H. 
Arundel, sr. [of U. S.] Roseburg, 
Or., Pacific music co. [12298 

© July 18. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429308; Charles H. Arundel, 
Roseburg, Or. 



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12311 



Fighting in France ; words and music 
by H. Bright [pseud, of Imogene G. 
Eaman, of U. S.] [12294 

© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 1, 
1918; E 428464; Honor Bright 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Fighting the Hun ; patriotic march 
song, words and music by E. L. 
Aikin [of U. S.] [12295 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428G52; E. Lome Aikin, 
Cincinnati. 

Fighting (A) U. S. maeine; words 
and arr. by C. H. Hogue, music by 
B. Heisel Harrison [of U. S.] 

[12296 
© Aug. 8, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918 ; E 429360 ; Thiebes piano co., 
St. Louis. 
Fioei d'apeile (April flowers) ; ma- 
zurka poetica, by F. B. De Leone 
[of U. S.] ; armonica. (Edition for 
armonica, no. 62.) [12297 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427776; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 
Fieelight eoses. See Chimney corner 

songs. 
Fiest to fight; or, Song of the devil 
dogs, words by J. Sparks, music .by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12298 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429045; 
John Sparks, McKenzie, Tenn. 

Flag (The) ; words and music by W. 

Turner [of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. 

Alford [of U. S.] [12299 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427525; 

Walter Turner, Chicago. 

Flag (The) of gloey; words by G. H. 
Lovedale, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12300 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429041; 
G. H. Lovedale, Tampa, Fla. 

words by J. S. Kelsey, melody by 

Maud E. Lawrence [of U. S.] 

[12301 
© 1 c. July 23, 1918; E 428833; 
Joel Smith Kelsey, Long Island City, 
N. Y. 

Flag of the feee; new national an- 
them, words by C. S. McLaury, mu- 
sic by A. W. Sutherland [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Los Angeles music pub. 
co. [12302 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 430065 ; C. S. McLaur.v and A. W. 
Sutherland, Lindsay, Cal. 



Flag of the feee — Continued. 

words and arr. of melody by H. 

Pugh [of U. S.], melody by Carl 

Seyb [pseud, of Floda Fisher, of U. 

S.] [12303 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427787; 

Harriet Pugh, Mankato, Minn. 

words by W. C. Brookshire, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12304 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428785 ; Wm, C. Brookshire, 
Granger, Tex. 

Flag (The) of the U. S. A. ; words 

and music by C. A. Hasson [of U. 

S.] [12305 

© 1 c. June 17, 1918; E 427018; 

Chas. A. Hasson, Vancouver, Wash. 

Flag (The) of us all; words by Min- 
nie L. Upton, music by Edward 
Moore [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Songs of freedom, no. 85.) [12306 
© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428749; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. 
Flag (The) that will nevee know 
defeat ; words and music by T. Ham- 
ilton [of U. S.] Los Angeles, Cal., 
Chas. W. Hatch music pub. co. 

[12307 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429352; Thomas Hamilton, Los 
Angeles. 
Flag (The) without a stain ; patri- 
otic song, by C. A. White, arr. by 
A. M. Kanrich [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
[1230S 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 191S ; 
E 428730; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Fleeting fancies ; danse la grace, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.], op. 124; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[12309 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 427083 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Floatin' down the Mississippi on our 

honeymoon ; words and music by W. 

W. Hall [of U. S.] Chicago, Hall 

music co. [12310 

© June 14, 191S ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 

E 426929; Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

Floating; words and music by Mis. 

A. H. Frazer [of U. S.] Detroit. 

Mich., Frazer pub. co. [12311 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 191S ; 

E 427320 ; Mrs. Allan Howard Frazer, 

Detroit 



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pt. m, n. s.. v. 13 



Florida moon ; by William H. Heagney, 
arr. by Geo. .1. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; 
vocal orch.. in ('. 4to. [12312 

© Aug. 10, litis : 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 : 
E 429345; M. Witinark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement I 

words and music by William 11. 

Heagney [of U. S.] [12313 

© Aug. 2, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918; 
E 429079; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

Flotow (Fmedbich von) Martha; by 

F. von Flotow, trans, by D. Krug. op. 
114, ii" 4. ed. phrased and fingered 
by Maurits Leefson [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [12314 

© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug'. 12. 1918 ; 
E 429377 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing, and fingering] 

Flower (The) of Asia, mv omental 
girl : words by Donald Ayer [pseud. 
of Arthur W. Fisk and Boswell F. 
King] music by A. Fisk of U. S.] 
San Francisco, Fisk music pub. co. 
[12315 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3. 1918 ; 
E 428989 ; Arthur W. Fisk and Bos- 
well F. King, San Francisco. 

Flying fighters for freedom; words 
and music by M. L. Ward [of U. S.] 
Omaha, Neb., Gordon pub. co. 

[12316 
© July 12, 1918 : 2 c. July 15. 1918 ; 
E 42720S ; Marion L. Ward. Omaha, 
Neb. 

Folks (The) back home; words and 

music by Mrs, G. M. Moody [of U. S.] 

[12317 

© 1 c. July 1. 1918 ; E 428446 ; Mrs. 

Geo. M. Moody. Goodman, Miss. 

Follies 191S ; selection, from Ziegfeld 
follies 1918. by Louis A. Hirsch and 
Dave Stamper [of U. S.], arr. by 
Stephen O. Jones [of U. S.] ; piano. 
[12318 
© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427389; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Follow the flag to France, boys; 

words by J. Urbank, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12319 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427441; 

John Urbank, Wyandotte, Mich. 



Fond memories; intro. Cavatina by J. 
Raff, arr. by Walter Rolfe '[of 
U. S.l ; pf. (Impressions in tone, 
no. 15289) [12320 

©June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 1918; 
E 427692: Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

For a would wide democracy; words 
by W. ('lark, music by W. (Mark and 
John C. Hustad I of U. S. I Iron 
Mountain. Mich., Clark & Bustad. 

[12321 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427791: Walter Clark. Iron Moun- 
tain, Mich. 

For Mary, the baby and me; words 
by Paul Cunningham, music by 
James V. Monaco [of U. S. I ri2322 
© July 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428636; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

For the hoys who crossed over the 
waves ; words and music by W. S. 
Wymer [of U. S.l (Cover title: For 
the boys who cross over the waves) 
[12323 
© July 16. 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 : 
E 428725: Wm. S. Wymer. New Cas- 
tle. Pa. 

For the land of liberty, the Red. 
White, Blue and you : words by M. 
H. Goodman, music bv Fred Farrar 
[of IT. S.] [12324 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 429336; 
Moe H. Goodman, Hazleton. Pa. 

For the old Red, White and Blue; 

words by D. I. Dabbs, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [1232n 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429408; 

Doris I. Dabbs, Columbia, Mo. 
For the old Red. White and Blue I 

volunteered; words by J. F. Parker, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12326 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 427466; 

James F. Parker. Tilton. N. H. 

For the two of us : fox-trot, by Ruby, 
played by Victor Arden [of U. S. ], 
in B flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, X 101303) [12327 

© Feb. 20, 191S ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427134; Rythmodik music Corp.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1918 



12347 



Fok the U. S. A. ; we'll bring back the 
Stars and Stripes forever, words and 
music by M. Palzer [of U. S.] New 
York, F. B. Haviland pub. co. 

[12328 
© June 26, 1918; 2 c. June 28, 
1918; E 426955; Mayme Palzer, Per- 
ham, Minn. 

Fok Uncle Sam and ouk allies ; words 

by C. B. Culver, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12329 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429436; 

Clifford B. Culver, Manlius, N. Y. 

For victory ; words by F. M. Davis, 
music by A. F. Heckle [of U. S.] 

[12330 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428645 ; Flora M. Davis, Dallas. 

For war I must depart ; words by M. 

Delva, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12331 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427406; 

Mary Delva, Haverhill, Mass. 

For world democracy ; march, by V. 
A. Knauss [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band. 
2. Orch. [12332, 12333 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each July 1, 
1918; E 426862, 426863; Vermond 
Addison Knauss, Hagerstown, Md. 

Forging the way to Berlin; words 
and music by A. W. Yan Dorston [of 
U. S.] [12334 

© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1918; E 430020; 
Alvin Washington Yan Dorston, Chi- 
cago. 

Forth to the battle mydraveheroes ; 
military march and song, words and 
music by M. M. Foote [of U. S.] 

[12335 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427576; 
Millicent Mayne Foote, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Fokwari) boys ; march by A. M. Lo 

Scalzo [of Italy, domiciled at New 

York] ; piano. [12336 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 427799; Anthony Michael Lo 

Scalzo, New York. 

Foiiward boys to Beblin ; march by A. 

Powell [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[12337 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427991; 

Andrew IN .well, Adah, Pa. 

Fokwaiu) march ! Columbia's calling ; 

words and music by Sister M. J. 

Quinn [of U. S.] [1233S 

© June 11, 1918; 2 c. June 14, 

1918; E 426864: Sister M. Joseph 

Quinn, Ithaca, N. Y. 



Foundation to baritone playing; an 
elementary method, in bass clef [by] 
Alexander Archimede in collabora- 
tion with Edwin Franko Goldman 
[of U. S.l. 2 p. 1., 109, [2] p. fol. 

[12339 
© May 10, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aff. July 29, 1918; A 501464; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

Foundation to clarinet playing ; an 
elementary method [by] Carl E. 
Reinecke [of Germany] 2 p. 1., 127. 
[1] p. illus., diagrs., fold, tables, fol. 
[12340 
© May 10, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aff. July 29, 1918; A 501465: 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

Four (The) winds; part-song, words 
anon., music by Eric Delamarter [of 
IT. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Modern 
series, no. 124.) % [12341 

© July 19, 1918; 2 e. July 22. 
1918; E 428759; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Foxy; fox trot, by S. R. Henry and D. 
Onivas [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[12342 
© 1 c. Aug. S, 1918; E 430003: 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

France and England and the U. S. 

A. ; words by M. McMartin, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12343 

© 1 e. June 15, 1918 ; E 4265S3 ; 

Margaret McMartin, Phoenix. Ariz. 

Freedom for all forever ; words by 1. 
O'Brien, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12344 
© 1 c. July 20, 191S; E 42743*: 
Irene O'Brien, Mt. Vernon, Wash. 

Freedom for one and ail: won Is by 
L. Mayne, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] (1234.-, 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918: E 1276.": 
Lucile Mayne, Pueblo, Col. 

Freedom fobeveb; march, by C. C. 

Crammond [of U. S.] op. 98; piano. 
Boston, Evans music CO. [12346 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918; E -127231; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 
Freedom's call: words and music by 
F. H. Cesander [of D. S. I Rock 
Island, 111.. Auucusiaun hook concern. 
M2:: 17 

© Aug. 10, L918; 2 c An., l ;. 
191S: E 429135; Frederic !l 
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Friend (A) ; words and arr. of melody 
by C. Reyer [of U. S.], melody by 
M. DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, 
of U. S.] [12348 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427782; 
Clyde Reyer, Sharon, Pa. 

Friendship and roses ; words and mu- 
sic by M. H. Perry [of U. S.], arr. 
by Dudley Huntington McCosh [of 
U. S.] [12349 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427202; 
Murillo Hazard Perry, Seattle. 

Frisco; waltz, by C. B. Weston [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [12350 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 

1918 ; E 427200 ; Charles B. Weston, 

Brooklyn. 

Frivolity; one step, by George Ham- 
ilton Green [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[12351 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 429256; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
San Francisco. 

Frivolry; waltz, by Sydney Baynes 

[of England] ; piano. [12352 

© July 11, 1918; 1 c. July 22, 

1918 ; E 421404 ; Swan & co., Watson 

& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

From a city window ; words by Lang- 
don Elwyn Mitchell, music by C. 
Hubert H. Parry [of England] 
(English lyrics, tenth set, no. 5) 

[12353 
© July 22, 1918; 1 c. July 24, 
1918 ; E 421422 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

From o'er the sea the conquerors 
come; words by D. A. Sticklor, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [12354 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429481; 
David A. Sticklor, San Francisco. 

From the Rio Grande to the Rhine ; 

words by D. Lee, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12355 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429453; 

Dixie Lee, San Antonio. 

Funeral march. See Chopin (Fred- 
eric Frangois) 

Furioso; by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; 
orch. (Music for the photoplay, no. 
2) [12356 

© June 10, 1918; 2 c. June 14, 
1918; E 426537; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



Furioso no. 1 ; by Sol P. Levy [of U. 
S.] ; orch., piano or organ conductor. 
(Cinema de luxe edition no. 2) 

[12357 
© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. July 24, 
1918; E 427596; Cinema music co., 
New York. 

Furs and frills ; one step, intro. Gee, 
but this is sure my lucky day, and 
It's easy to lie to your husband, by 
Silvio Hein, arr. by T. M. Taylor 
[of U. S.] ; military band. 4to. 

[12358 

•© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 

1918; E 427352: M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Further (The) we get from the 
Hudson, the nearer we get to the 
Rhine; words by Louis E. Thayer 
(Lou Thayer), music by Victor M. 
Paulson [pseud, of Joseph Maerz, 
of U. S.] [12359 

© July 17. 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 428763; National song- 
craft co., New York. 

Gate (The) of the singing winds; 
secular duet, words by Sara Hamil- 
ton Birchall, music by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 116, no. 2; 
sop. and baritone. (Six vocal duets, 
no. 2) [12360 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1918; E 427S98; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Gavotte et musette ; by Louis Victor 
Saar [of U. S.] op. 84, no. 1; piano. 
(Two dances, no. 1) [12361 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918; E 42917G; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Gavotte gbacieuse : by L. Leslie Loth 

[of U. S.l ; piano. [12362 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 

1918; E 429191; G. Schirmer. inc., 

New York. 

Gdy nabod do Bo.ru; marsz, by A. 
Szuszczewicz, arr. by J. Hibner [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [12363 

© Dec. 27, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1918; E 429300; Joseph Krygier, 
Philadelphia. 
Gee, but I'm proud of my daddy; 
words by C. J. Mueller and A. G. 
Damhorst, music by Carl R. Zerse 
[of U. S.] St. Louis. Elite music 
co. publisher. [12364 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429115 ; Carl J. Mueller, St. Louis. 



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no. 8, 1918 



12384 



Gee, I wish I had a soldier boy; 
words and music by D. Gray [of 
U. S.], arr. by Quinn's music bureau 
[of U. S.J [12365 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428678; 
Dixie Gray, San Francisco. 

General Pershing's march to Berlin ; 

words and music by D. La Grove [of 

U. S.] ; piano with text. [12366 

© July 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 430036 ; Daniel La Grove, Chicago. 

Gen'ral Pershing it's up to you; 
words by W. A. Brown, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12367 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430052; 
W. Augustus Brown, Gloversville, 
N. Y. 

Georgiana; words and music by H. 
Bright [pseud, of Imogene G. Eaman, 
of II. S.] [12368 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428466; Honor Bright music co., 
Kansas City, Mo., 

Geranium waltz ; by Chas. J. Wallace 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Flowers of 
spring, no. 1) [12369 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428976; Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Houston. 

Germ-on-knee (Germany) ; words 
and music by Abe Haytreot [pseud, of 
W. L. Hofer, of U. S.] Manhattan, 
Kan., W. L. Hofer music co. [12370 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427108; William Leonard Hofer, 
Manhattan, Kan. 

Ghost (The) tale; by Marie Crosby 
[of U. S.] op. 44, no. 1; piano. (Bed- 
time stories) [12371 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429195; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Gipsy frolic ; caprice, by Matilee Loeb- 
Evans [of U. S.] ; piano. [12372 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 191S ; 
E 427714; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Gipsy rondo. See Haydn (Franz 
Josef) 

Girl (The) in the U. S. A.; words 
by C. Elkins, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12373 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429027; 
Clara Elkins, Pocatello, Id. 

Girl (The) of the U. S. A. ; words by 
S. Reiss, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton of U. S.] [12374 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427278; 
Sylvia Reiss, Knox, Ind. 



Girl (The) you want, you never get; 

words by F. Kardell, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12375 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426582; 

Fred Kardell, Dallas, Canada. 

Girlie (The) of daddy's dreams ; words 
and music by J. C. Spray [of U. S.] 
Chicago, John C. Spray & co. [12376 
© June 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426927 ; John C. Spray, Chicago. 
Girls and boys of the nation ; words 
and music by W. E. McClaughry 
[of U. S.] New York, Frank Harding. 
[12377 
© June 24, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427021 ; W. E. McClaughry, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 

arr. by Robt. H. Brennen [of 

U. S.] New York, Frank Harding. 

[12378 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 428727 ; W. E.. McClaughry, Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 

Girls (The) we can't forget; words 

by B. R. Stevens, music by Maude 

Johnson Howe [of U. S.] [12379 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427218; 

Beulah Rose Stevens, Atlanta. 

Girls write a word to the boys; 

words and music by E. F. Knapp [of 

U. S.] [12380 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 427476 ; Edwin F. Knapp, Detroit. 

Give, give, give, to the Red cross/ 
words and music by G. Watson [of 
U. S., domiciled at London] 

[12381 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427768; 
Gertrude Watson, St. Louis. 

Give me a smile; from the musical 
comedy, Somewhere in America, 
words and music by Moreland bros. 
[of U. S.] Adrian, Mich., Moreland 
bros., song foundry. [123S2 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 191S ; 
E 42S954; Moreland bros., Adrian, 
Mich. 

Give them hell, boys, get the Kai- 
ser ; words and melody by E. B. 
Wittich [of U. S.] [12383 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 429219; 
Earl B. Wittich. Livingston, Mont. 

Give them victory; words by T. A. 
Gardner, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [12384 

© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429145 ; Mrs. T. A. Gardner, Den- 
nison, O. 



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Glittering gems ; by G. N; Benson [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [12385 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427742: Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Glorious (The) Stass and Stripes; 
words and music by J. M. Smith, arr. 
by Anne Williams [of U. S.] ; low, 
in G. [12386 

© June 19, 1918; 2 c, July 30, 
1918; E 427847; Joseph M. Smith, 
Chicago. 

Gloky to God (Ehre sei Gott) ; re- 
sponse s<tns. arr. of words by H. B. 
Proehl. music by H. B. Proehl [of 
U. S. ] : pastor and children's choir. 
[12387 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9. 1918 ; 
E 430041 ; II. B. Proehl, Chicago. 

Glow (The) of spring; words by Jane 
S. Rungee, music by Benjamin F. 
Rungee [of I". S. | ; in F. 

[12388 
© July 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429102; White-Smith music pub. 
co.. Boston. 

Glu (La); drame musical en quatre 
actes de Gabriel Dupont, arr. par 
Emile Tavan [of France] ; piano, 
violon et violoncelle. contrebasse ad 
lib. (L'opera concertant, cinquieme 
serie. no. 29) [12389 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25. 1918 ; 
E 421480: Heugel et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment! 

Go get a Htm : words and music by 
A. A. Machet [of U. S.] [12390 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429265; 
Arthur Angel Machet, Detroit. 

Go get 'em, Johnny ; words and arr. 

by L. A. Heyn, music by Irene M. 

Heyn [of U. S.] [12391 

© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E 428987; 

Louis A. Heyn. Long Beach. Cal. 

Go ox Uncle; words by M. Allen, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S. | 
[12392 
© 1 <•. Aug. 1. 1918: F 429085; 
Mortimer Alien. Baltimore 

Go SOLDIEB BOI : words anil music by 

M. Jewell | or r. s. i Chicago, Jewell 

pub. co. [12393 

©June 21, 1918; 2 c. .Inly 5, 1918; 

E 426926; Maud Jewell, Chicago. 

772 



GOD AND (Jon ALONE is LOTS; part-son-, 
words by Mary G. Scribner. music by 
Ward-Stephens [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [12394 

© July P. 1918 : 2 c. July 10, 1918; 
E 428614; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement | 

God he with .my wandering box to- 
night; words by Eddie Forr and 
Bob Shafer, music by Lew Porter [of 
r. s.j [12395 

© Aug. 7, 1018; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918; 
E 430017; Gio Satoro, New York. 

God bless our land; words and music 
by A. Gorans [of U. S.|. rev. by Mil- 
lie Westberg [of U. S.l | L2896 
© July 8, 1918; 2 c. July 9, 1918; 
F 428611; Annie Gorans, Murdock, 
Minn. 

Gou keep and guide our men; words 
by J. Wilbur Chapman, music by 
M. A. Stephens [of U. S.l [12397 

© Jan. 13, 1918; 2 c. July 12. L918 : 
F 42S819: May Agnes Stephens. Fake 
George, N. Y. 

God's a-gwine ter move all de trou- 
bles away. See Negro folk-songs. 

God save America; words by Charles 

F. Lee, music by F. S. Stevenson [of 

U. S.l Boston. <\ W. Thompson & 

co. [12:;;ts 

© July 1. 1918; 2 c. July 5. 1918; 

E 426941 ; Bonis.- S. Stevenson. \Y j- 

ford. Me. 

Godaud (Benjamin Louis Paul) Ber- 
ceuse; from Jocelyn, by B. Godard, 
rev. ed. and annotations by Maurice 
Aronson, 1'orin and harmony by Al- 
exander Henneman [of IT. S.] ; bio- 
graphical sketch .Hid glossary by Em- 
erson VVhithorne [of V. S.l ; piano, 
i Progressive series compositions, no. 
.144. made :; a | [12399 

© July 1 !. 1918; 2 c July 15. 1918 : 
F 4271!>2: Ar1 publication SOC., St. 
Bonis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

Same. [12400 

© Aug. 1, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1918; 
F 4i;PJ(;2; Art publication SOC., St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

Lullaby: from Jocelyn, English 

words by Margarete Mttnsterberg [of 
Germany, domiciled at Boston], mu- 
sic by B. Godard ; high in F. | 12401 
© Nov. 17. 1917 : 2 c June 24, 1918 : 
F 42824U: Carl Fischer. New York. 



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no. S. 1918 



12419 



Bbbabd (Benjamin Louis Paul) — 
Continued. 

Second mazurka (Sejuindo ma- 
zurka ) ; by B. Godard, ed., phrased 
and fingered by Felix Fox [of U. S.] ; 
in B flat ; piano. [12402 
© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 e. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429380 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing and fingering] 

Goddess of Liberty ; words by L. Gay- 

lor, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12403 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427971 ; L. 

Baylor, Fortress Monroe, Va. 

Goixu back home ; words by F. Newell, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12404 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 427423; 

Fred Newell, Central Falls, R. I. 

Coing hack xo God ; hymn, words by 
James Rowe, music by Henry P. 
Morton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. 
of Texas. Seventeenth annual en- 
campment program) [12405 
© June 15, 1918 : 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S704; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Goino home: words and music by E. 

M. Until [of U. S.] [12406 

© July 5. 1918 : 2 c. July 26. 1918 ; 

E 427500; Elton Menno Roth, St. 

Paul. 

Going to lick the Kaisek ; words by 
L. A. Perdue, music by Edith Hous- 
ton Halberg [of U. S.] Los An- 
geles, L. A. Perdue co. [12407 
© July 19. 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918; E 427843; Lura Allen Perdue, 
I.i is Angeles. 

Going, up; one-step, from Going up, by 
Hirsch. played by Yictor Arden and 
Tims. Griselle [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
mo.Iik record music rolls, E 19333) 
[12408 
© Feb. 20. 1918; 2 c. July 10. 
1918; ;•: 427140; Rythmodik music 
Corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

■olden (The) band; words and mu- 
sic by L. S. Harrison [of IT. S.] 

[12409 

< ! c. July 20, 1918; E 42S700 ; 

Leonard S. Harrison. Phoebus, Va. 

<;<>i i,k\ i Tin:) butterfly : or. The 
love trail, musical score, words by 
Richard Atwater, music by Lalla C. 



Golden (The) butterfly — Contd. 
Ryckoff [pseud, of C. L. Ryckoff, of 
U. S.] [12410 

© 1 c. July 22. 1918; E 427528; 
Clara L. Ryckoff, Chicago. 

Golden (The) day dawn ; hymn, 
words and music by R. E. Winsett 
[of U. S.] [12411 

© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427309; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 

Golden si nset : romance, by C. C. 

Crammond [of U. S.] op. 109; violin 

and piano. Boston. Evans music co. 

[12412 

© Julv 5, 191S : 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 427079; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Gonna be a hot time down in old 

Berlin : words and air by O. P. 

Larsen [of U. S.] [12413 

© 1 c. July 5. 1918: E 428992; 

Olof P. Larsen, Squirrel. Id. 

Good-bye all; by E. Fortunate [of U. 
S.] ; orch. 4to. [12414 

© July 3. 1918 ; 2 c. July 5. 191S ; 
E 426954; Eugenio Fortunato, Phil- 
adelphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
orchestration.] 

Good-bye, Barley Corn ; words and 

music bv O. R. Kermess [of T". S.l 

[12415 

© July 29. 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 

E 428963; O. R. Kermess, Detroit. 

Good-bye, Billy Hohenzollern. good- 
bye; words by R. R. Davidson, mu- 
sic by E. A. Lord [of U. S.] [12416 
© 1 c. July 1. 1918 ; E 428458 ; Re- 
becca Robinson Davidson & Emma 
Adele Lord, Brooklyn. 

Good-bye. daddy ; words by A. Kahn. 

music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.l ' [12417 

© 1 c. June 15. litis; V. 426581 : 

A. Kahn, Bronx, X. Y. 

GOOD-BYE, DEAB HOME LAND, GOOD-BYE J 

words and music by Franklin Fil- 
more Lewis I of v. s.| Janesville, 
Wis., n. F. Nott music CO. [1241 s 
i June is. 1918; 2 c. July .".. 1918; 
E 426932; F. F. Lewis. Janesville, 
Wis. 

Good-bye, deab one of my heart; 

words by K. I>. Brace, music i>> B. S. 

S. lluntin-lon [of D. S.l [12419 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; B 427412; R. 

l >. Brace, Nassau, Bahamas, B. W. I. 



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Goodbye, dear ones, goodbye; words 

and music by M. J. Howe [of U. S.] 

[12420 

© 1 c. June 28, 1918; E 427087; 

Maude Johnson Howe, Bartow, Fla. 

Good-bye, dearie ; words and music bv 
N. Ghirardelli [of U. S.] [12421 

© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 428944; 
Nianne Ghirardelli, Los Angeles. 

Good-bye, dearie, I'll think of you; 
words by H. C. Groth, melody by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] [12422 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; E 429088 ; Her- 
man C. Groth, Brooklyn. 

Good-bye for I must go; words and 
music by G. E. Chilton [of U. S.] 

[12423 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429160; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 
Good-bye, Germany ; words by H. New- 
ingham, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music co. [12424 

© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429128; Howard Newingham, 
Akron, O. 
Good-bye, girlie; words by W. J. 
Bramblett, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12425 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427418; 
W. J. Bramblett, Charleston, S. C. 
Good-bye, girls ; words and music by 
M. Manley [of Canada] Toronto, G. 
N. Lawson. [12426 
© July 22. 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421418; Morris Manley, Toronto, 
Canada. 
Good-bye. Lulu; words and music by 
Patsy Stano [of U. S.] [12427 
© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427392; 
J. C. Christiano, New York. 
Good-bye, mother, dad and sweet- 
heart; words by H. F. Dean, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1242S 
© 1 c. Aug. 14. 1918; E 429454; 
H. F. Dean. Gunnison, Colo. 

GODD-BYE. MY BOY, GOOD-BYE; WOrdS by 

W. V. Timouron. music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [12429 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427246; 
Wm. V. Timouron, New York. 
Good-bye, my hero; words and music 
by E. R. Heck [of U. S.] New York 
and Scranton, Whitmore music pub. 
co. [12430 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10. 1918 ; 
E 427111 ; Ernest R. Heck, Scranton, 
Pa. 



Good-bye, my soldier boy ; words and 

music by M. J. Maguire [of U. S.] 

[12431 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; E 428449 ; M. 

J. Maguire, Brooklyn. 

Good-bye, my sweetheart, I am goinq; 

words by J. Tyler, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12432 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427635; 

Jay Tyler, Fairbury, la. 

Good-bye, my Yankee queen ; words 

by G. Detberner, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12433 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427445; 

Gustav Detberner, Watrous, Canada. 

Good-bye, Nellie; we're off for Ger- 
many, words by M. J. O'Brien, music 
by Charles F. Carey [of U. S.l 

[12434 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 42785' 
Michael J. O'Brien, Fall River, Mass. 

Good bye, old Kaiser, good bye ; word 
and music by W. N. Allison [of 
U. S.] t arr. by Ivan R. Allison [of 
U. S.] [12435 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427346; 
Wm. Noble Allison, Owensville. Ind. 

Good-bye till the war is over ; words 

by D. W. Ewing, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12436 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427614; 

D. W. Ewing, Calverton, Va. 

Good-bye to you, to Sue and Unolk 
Sammy too; words by V. Allison, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12437 

© June 21. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918; 
E 429143 ; Vella Allison, Herrington, 
Kans. 

Good-bye U. S. A. ; words by E. AY. 

Davis, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12438 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427620; 

Edward W. Davis, Port Austin. Mich. 

Good bye. Wisconsin ; words by E. 
Briese, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12439 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427264; 
Edward Briese, Port Washington, 
Wis. 

Good luck, God bless our U. S. sol- 
dier boys ; words by Louise Hollen- 
beck, music by J. F. Langan [of 
U. S.] Scranton, Pa., James F. Lan- 
gan & co. [12440 
© July 19. 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428739; James F. Langan, 
Scranton, Pa. 



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no. 8, 1918 



•Good (A) man is haed to find; words 

and music by Eddie Green [of TL S.] 

[12441 

© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 427793 ; Pace & Handy music CO., 

Chicago. 

Good morning. Me. Zip, Zip-Zip; one- 
step, by Robert Lloyd [of U. S.] ; 
band. 24mo. [12442 

© Aug. 13, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1918 ; E 429404 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Good (The) old U. S. A. ; words by 
W. R. Shearer, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [12443 

© June 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5, 
1918; E 429144; W. R. Shearer, 
Blairsville, Pa. 

Good ship sail on ; words and music 

by O. F. Bilger [of U. S.] [12444 

© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 

1918; E 42S905; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Grandest (The) thing I know; 
words by J. Douglas Williams, 
music by E. M. Roth [of U. S.] 

[12445 
© Dec. 7, 1917; 2 c. July 26, 
191S ; E 427557 ; Elton Menno Roth, 
St. Paul. 

Great America; words and music by 
W. Danmar [of U. S.] [12446 

© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E. 428915; 
William Danmar, Jamaica, N. Y. 

Great Columbia calls her sons; 

words by W. A. Appleton, music by 

E. Williams [of U. S.] [12447 

© 1 c July 29, 1918; E 427822; 

Ernest Williams, Milwaukee. 

Greater and grander ; hymn, words 
and music by J. P. Scholfield [of U. 
S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of Texas. Sev- 
enteenth annual encampment pro- 
gram.) [12448 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428701; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Greatest (The) little mother in 
the world; words and music by 
Willie Weston, James Kendis, James 
Brockman and Nat Vincent [of U. 
S.] [12449 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 429349; Kendis-Brockiuan 
music co., inc., New York. 



Greatest (The) mother of them 
all ; words by Grace Blatchley, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [12450 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427945; 
Mrs. F. Blatchley, Guilford, Conn. 
Green fields of flowers are bloom- 
ing; words by E. Hurley, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12451 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429042; 
E. Hurley, Stonington, Conn. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Butterfly, 
(The) ; by E. Grieg, op. 43, rev. ed. 
with fingering, pedaling, phrasing 
and instructive annotations, by Leo- 
pold Godowsky [of U. S.], form and 
har. by Alexander Henneman [of U. 
S.], biographical sketch and glossary 
by Emerson Whithorne [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Progressive series composi- 
tions, no. 634, grade 3-b.) [12452 
© July 25, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
1918 ; E 430077 ; Art publication soc, 
St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and annotations.] 

Invocation ; prayer in time of 

war, words by Everett Glass, music 
by E. Grieg, arr. by Franke Har- 
ling [of U. S.] ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Modern series, no. 146.) [12453 

© A.ug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429071; H. W. Gray CO., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

March of the dwarfs (Zug der 

zwerge) ; by Grieg, op. 540, no. 3, 
arr. by Louis Victor Saar [of U. 
S.] ; two pianos, 4 hands. [12454 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 429384: John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Griffes (Charles T.) Six patriotic 
songs ; arr. by A. Tomlinson [pseud, 
of C. T. Griffes, of U. S.] ; piano, 
grade I. Contents : America. — 
Yankee Doodle. — Marching through 
Georgia. — Star Spangled Banner. — 
The Red, White and Blue.— Dixie. 
[12455 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3. 1918 ; 
E 42916S; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
simplified arrangement.] 

Grove of palms. See In India. 

Guardian (The) angel; words by M. 
Grogan, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12456 
© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1918; E 429053; 
M. Grogan, Savannah, Ga. 



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Hah. flag of freedom: words by W. 
McClave, music by Alfred Penning- 
ton [of U. S.] 1. War edition. 
2. Revised edition. [12457, 12458 

© July S. 1918 ; 2 c. each July IS, 
1918; E 42SS25. 428826; Wm. Mc- 
Clave, Scranton, Pa. 

Hail to old glory ; words by G. W. 

Judd, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [12459 

© 1 «•. An::. 12. 1918; E 42<>:!o<; ; 

George W, Judd. Plymouth. Mass. 

Hah. to the heroes; two step and 

soug, words and music by E. M. 

De Konza rof U. S.] [12460 

© 1 c Aug. 13, 1918; E 429390; 

E. M. He Konza. Kansas City. Mo. 

Happy day, glad I was born in the 

[J. S. A.; words and music by C. E. 

Adams [of U. S.] [12461 

© 1 c. July 2, 1918; E 426891; 

Coleman Eddy Adams, Philadephia. 

Hark, the bugle calls away; words 
and music by I. C. Tirrell [of U. S.] 
Boston. Tirrell pub. co. [12462 

© Aug. S, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12. 1918 ; 
E 429351 ; Irene Chipman Tirrell, 
Abington, Mass. 

Harry fox trot; words and music by 

Lew Pollock [of r. S.] ; piano with 
text. [12463 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
3918: E 428654; Maurice Richmond 
music eo., inc., New York. 

Harvest (The) time; words and 
music by N. C. Gordon [of U. S] 

[12464 

© 1 c. July 25. 1918; E 427581; 

Nora < hitler Gordon, San Diego, Cal. 

Hats off; words and music by W. J. 

Turner, sr. [of U. S.] [1240f> 

© 1 c July 26, 1918; E 429113; 

Wm. J. Turner, sr., Dorchester, 

Mass. 

Haven (The) or cove; words by 

Beulah Rose Stevens, music bv M. 

J. Howe [of O. S.] [12466 

© 1 c. Juno 28, 1918; E 427086; 

Maude Johnson Howe, Bartow, Fla. 

Having trottble with a coon; words 
by H. Biot, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of P. S.] [12467 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918: E 427256; 
Henry Riot. Pacific City. Wash. 

Hawaiian dbeams; reverie by Carl 

Bonner [of ('. S.]. arr. by C. W. 
Kern and Elinor.- If. Condon [of 



Hawaiian dkkams— < 'until mod. 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. Bostoj 

Evans music co. | 1240.S 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July lu, 
1918; E 4270SO; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Gipsy rondo 
(Hungarian rondo) ; rondo gitana. 
del trio no. 5, by J. Haydn, trans, by 
L. Kohler, rev. and annotated by C. 
von Sternberg [of U. S.] ; in G; 
piano. 1 12409 

© Aug. 12. 1918; 2 c Aug. 12. 
litis; E 429374: Jos. W. Stern I 

co., New York. [Copyright is claims] 

on revision and annotation] 
He lives again; Easter duel, words 

by Thomas Hastings, music by 

Walter Howe Jones I of l'. s. | ; sop. 

and ten. [ 11' 470 

© June 12. 1918; 2 c. July 26. 

1918; E 428941 : Theo. Presser <-,,.. 

Philadelphia. 
He'll carry the stars and stripes io 

glory; words and music by II. B. 

Garabrant [of V. S.l, arr. by Georgg 

Sett [of U. S.] [12471 

© 1 c. June 17, 1918; E 425682J 

Hattie P.. (Garabrant, Scutch Plains. 

N. J. 

HK NAMED IT U. S. A. AM) SAID 1 I »!- 
EVER it WILL BE THAT WAY: words 

by M. Ghismar, lody by K. A. 

Browne Lot' V. S. | | I2t72 

© 1 c. Aug. i:;. 1918; E 4:',imiu4: 
Michael Ghismar, Aliquippa, Pa. 

He's a soldier for the Red, White and 
Blue; words and music by F. F. 
Dawdy [of U. S.] [12473 

© July 15. 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427816: F. F. Dawdy, TopekaJ 
Kan. 

He's got those big blue eyes I.IKE YOU, 
daddy mine; one step, intro. In the 
hearl of the Berkshire Hills, by Lew 
Wilson ;nid Alfred Dubin, arr. b\ T. 
M. Taylor [of U. S.] 4tO. 1 Full 
orch. 2. — Military band. 

[12474.12475 
© Apr. 23, 1918; 2 c. each July 
18, 1918; B 427356, 427358; M. Wit- 
mark & sons. New York. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

He will keep me; hymn, words by W. 
Erwarl Matthews, music bv M. J. 
Babbit 1 | of C. S.l (In B. Y. P. U. 
of Texas. Seventeenth annual en- 
campment program) [12476 
©June 15, 1918; 2 c . July 1,1918; 
E 42S693: Robert Henry Coleman, 
Pallas. 



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no. 8, 1918 



Head over heels ; selection, from 
Head over heels, by Jerome Kern 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [12477 

© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 428840; T. B. Harms CO., New- 
York. 

He\b me, O Lokd ; words from the Bible. 
music by Moritz E. Schwarz [of U. 
S. | ; organ. mixed voices. 4to. 
(CI lurch music review, no. 487) 

[12478 
© Julv 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426894; H. W. Grav co., New 
York. 

HEARING AKI) ANSWERING THE CAM,; 

words bv C. B. Finkle. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12479 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427955; 

Charles B. Finkle, Roekwood. N. Y. 

Hearken to me ; sacred duet, words 
from Isaiah, music by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 116, no. 6; 
contralto and ten. (Six vocal duets, 
no. 6) [12480 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427902; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Heart-great soLniERs ; words by G. 
B. Funai, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12481 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427429; 
G. B. Funai, Richmond. 

Heart (The) of a hero; words by 
H. F. Boyer, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12482 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427606; 
Howard F. Boyer, Sunbury, Pa. 

Hearts and drums; words and music 
by E. L. Jones [of U. S.] [12483 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429100 ; Embert L. Jones, Port- 
land, Me. 

Heather bloom: by William F. 
Haesche [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. [124S4 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
191S; E 427722; Theo. Pressor co.. 
Philadelphia. 

Heaven and Jesus; hymn, words and 
music by Mrs. S. R. Le Neve [of 
U. S.] [12485 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 
E 429000; Mrs. S. Rov Le Neve, 
Danville, 111. 



Heavy (The) hours; melodies of 
revolutionary times, words anon., 
music harmonized by Samuel Endi- 
cott [of U. S.] ; low voice. [12486 
© July 31, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 429413; Charles W. Ho- 
meyer & co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on harmonization.] 

Heed the call; words by J. W. Brill, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12487 

© 1 c. Julv 26. 1918; E 427670; 

J. W. Brill, Quebec, Canada. 

Hello my Dixie darmng, I'm miGhiy 
glad to hear from you; words and 
music by H. C. Hardley [of U. S. ! 

[12488 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429205; H. C. Hardley, Phila- 
delphia. 

Hello Sammy, here's my son ; words 
by V. R. Coon, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of TJ. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. 

[12489 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429243; Violetta Reed Coon, 
Muscatine, la. 

Hennessy, Tennessee is good enough 
for me; fox-trot, by Berlin, played 
by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in 
C. (Rythmodik record music rolls. 
X 101133). [12490 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428851; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Her boy ; words and arr. of music by 

S. Feagin, melody bv Luther A. 

Clark [of U. S.] [12491 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427115; 

Sophie Feagin, Hempstead, Tex. 

Her bright smile haunts me still; 
with brilliant variations, words 
anon., music arr. by M. W. Butler 
[of U. S.] ; piano with text. [12492 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429150; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Her letter ; by R. S. Morrison [of 

U. S.]; pf. [12493 

© June 12, 191S; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427708; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 
Here comes the grand old flag; 

words by Alma S. Rosen, music by 

R. K. Buechler [of U. S.] [12494 
© 1 c. May 31, 1918; E 427003; 

Richard Klein Buechler, Bridgeport, 

Conn. 



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Here's my boy foe you; words and 
music by W. D. Dexter [of U. S.], 
arr. by Sara Chase Dexter, [of 
U. S.] New York, Williams music 
co. [12495 

© July 13, 1918; 2 c. July 16, 
1918 ; E 428685 ; William D. Dexter, 
Brooklyn. 

Here's to our boys ; words by Mary 
Bertha Rice, music by C. I. Thoma 
[of U. S.] [12496 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 5, 
1918; E 426962; Thoma and son, 
Fairfield, la. 

Here's to the Red, White and Blue ; 
words by Gioia Douglas, music by 
K. L. Schurmeier [of U. S.] [12497 
© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 429012; 
Katherine L. Schurmeier, Leomin- 
ster, Mass. 

Here's to the Sammies ; words and 
music by J. D. Crites [of U. S.] 

[12498 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427827; 
Jessie D. Crites, Berkeley, Cal. 

Here's to the sons of the flag; 
words by George Morrow Mayo, 
music by Alia Pearl Little [of U. S.] 
[12499 
© July 22, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 
1918; E 428908; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Here we are Lafayette; words and 
music by C. A. Pfeiffer [of U. S.] 

[12500 
© July 16, 1918; 2 c. July 19, 
1918; E 42SS17; Chas. Arthur 
Pfeiffer, Quincy, 111. 

Hero's (the) call; words and music 
by Z. V. Bonebright [of U. S.] 

[12501 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427240; 
Z. Van Voast Bonebright, Culbert- 
son, Mont. 

Hero's march ; duet by H. J. Taylor 
[of Great Britain] ; piano. (Five 
miniature duets, no. 5) [12502 

© June 21, 1918; 1 c. July 22, 
1918; E 421400; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Hey, wop, go over the top ; words and 
melody by Lew Brown [of U. S.] 

[12503 
© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 
Margaret Young, Detroit. 



High in the heavens ; sacred duet, 
words by Isaac Watts, music by 
Louis Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] 
op. 116, no. 5; sop. and ten. (Six 
vocal duets, no. 5) [12504 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427901; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Hilda's wedding; polka, a minstrel 
walkaround, by W. Armstrong [of 
U. S.l, arr. by J. F. McMahon [of 
U. S.] ; B flat cornet, horns and bass, 
SC. [12505 

© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E 428991; 
Wm. Armstrong & J. F. McMahon, 
New York. 

Hindenburg blues ; words and melody 
by S. Reynolds [of U. S.], har. and 
arr. by E. Alcorn [of U. S.] 

[12506 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 43005S ; 
Sanders Reynolds, New York, and 
Ethel L. Alcorn, Riverside, Cal. 

Hip, hip, hooray for the U. S. A.; 
words and music by H. C. Hardley 
[of U. S.], arr. by Billy James [of 
U. S.] [12507 

© July 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
191S; E 429309; H. C. Hardley, 
Philadelphia. 

words by A. Loquist, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[1250S 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429479; 
August Loquist, Greybull, Wy. 

His country's call; words by K. An- 

sell, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12509 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 191S; E 429445; 

Kathryn Ansell, Laurium, Mich. 
His last farewell ; words and arr. of 

melody by O. Hermstead [of U. 

S.], melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [12r,io 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427977; 

O. Hermstead, Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

His mother's last kiss ; words by M. 
M. Arnott, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [12511 
© July 3, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5, 
1918; E 429252; Myrtle Mabee Ar- 
nott, Belgrade, Minn. 

His voice in song ; words and music 
by R. E. Winsett and others [of U. 
S.] l2mo. [12512 

© June 27, 1918; 2 c. and aff. 
July 8, 191S ; A 500452 ; R. E. Win- 
sett, Chattanooga. 



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12530 



Hit me with a million dollars ; 
words by J. F. Mudge, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12513 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 42S792 ; John F. Mudge, St. 
John, Canada. 

Hit of the war; words by Mrs. E. 

Stetina, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 

ington [of U. S.] [12514 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427462; 

Mrs. E. Stetina, Greenwich, Conn. 

Hivee. See Saisons. 

Hold me close to your heart; words 
by Leonard Cooke, music by John 
Ashton [of England] Blackpool, H. 
Sharpies & sons, ltd. [12515 

© July 22, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 421441 ; E. Osborne & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Hold the line ; or, Bearing the banner 
of the free, words by A. Spalding, 
music by G. Maxwell [of U. S.] 

[12516 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 427997 ; Adele Spalding, Brookfield, 
Mo. 
Hold the line foe we are coming; 
words by Wm. Jaenicke, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12517 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427640; 
Wm. J. Jaenicke, Fortress Monroe, 
Va. 
Hold the lines we are coming ; words 
and music by A. C. Russell [of U. S.] 
[12518 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429355; 
Annie Christian Russell, Alexander 
City, Ala. 
Home (the) is the dearest place to 
me; words by M. Skillman, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12519 
© 1 c. Aug. 12 1918 ; E 429357 ; M. 
Skillman, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Home (the) of my loved ones, far 
away ; words by A. P. Crafts, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12520 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427936 ; A. 
P. Crafts, McKittrick, Cal. 

Home with the service flag. See 

Two beautiful service songs for the 

home. 
Homestead (the) on the hill; words 

by J. J. Neagle, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12521 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426571; 

John J. Neagle, Tacoma, Wash. 



Hope ; words by B. L. Brown, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12522 
© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428809 ; Bertha Lillian Brown, Ann 
Arbor. 

Hornpipe; by Alfred Mistowski [of 

England] ; violin and pf. [12523 

© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; 

E 421325 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Hot (A) time in Kaiser land; words 

by A. L. Saffer, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12524 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427273; 

A. L. Saffer, College View, Neb. 

Hour (the) of joy; chorus, words by 
Thomas Moore, music by Arthur 
Selwyn Garbett [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. 4to. (Part songs for wom- 
en's voices, no. 10988) [12525 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427757; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

HOW CAN THEY SING OVER THERE, OVER 

here; words by M. Barr, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12526 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427624; 
Mamie Barr, Shelby, Neb. 

How happy the lover; part-song, 
words from King Arthur by John 
Dryden, music by John E. West [of 
England] ; mixed voices. 4to. (The 
musical times, Aug. 1, 1918) [12527 
© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 421447 ; Novello & co., London. 

Huerter ( — ) Melodie; by Huerter, 
played by Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, J 
19345) [12528 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428S55 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Hulaj dziadklt oberek ; Polish dance, 
by A. Szuszczewicz, arr. by J. Mes- 
sina [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [12529 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429301 ; Joseph Krygier, Philadel- 
phia. 

Humanity march; by J. L. Fitzhenry 
[of U. S.], arr. by Chas. H. Pattberg ; 
piano. [12530 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428460 ; John Leo Fitzhenry, Jersey 
City. 



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pt. in, n. s.. v. 13 



Humoresque; by Anna Segal [of U. 
S.] ; violin and piano. [12531 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427840; 
Hugo Segal, Detroit. 

by Antonin Dvorak, op. 101, no. 7, 

rev. ed. and instructive annotations 
by Leopold Godowsky [of U. S.], 
form and har. by Alexander Henne- 
man [of U. S.], biographical sketch 
and glossary by Emerson Whithorne 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [Progressive se- 
ries <•< impositions, no. 033. grade 3-b) 
[12532 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429259; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotations] 

Humoresque l'organo primitIvo; toc- 
catina for flute, by Pietro A. Yon [of 
U. S.] ; organ, obi. 8vo. (Twelve 
divertimenti, no. 2) [12533 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 0, 1918 ; 
E 427917; J. Fischer & bro., New- 
York. 

Htm, Hun, oh, why do you run ; 
words by Mrs. E. Rennie, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12534 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427941 ; Mrs. 
E. Rennie, New York. 

Hungarian ballet dance ; on Brahin's 
dance no. 5, arr. by M. Halperin [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [12535 

© June 29. 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426887; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement] 

Hungarian melodies; bar. by Arthur 
Hartmann [of U. S.] ; pf. [12536 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918: E 427762; Theo. Presser CO., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonization] 

Hunkatin : a half tone one step, by 
Sol P. Levy [of U. S.] ; piano. [12537 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429354; 
Belwin, inc., New York. 

Hurrah for the allied fleet ; words 
and music bv Pearl Beale and O. B. 
Woodruff [of Canada] [12538 

© July 18, 1918 ; 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 421393 ; P. Beale and O. B. Wood- 
ruff. Alexis Creek, B. C. 

Hurrah for the boys in khaki: words 
and music by A. V. Smock [of U. S.]. 
arr. by Angeleno [of U. S.] [12539 
© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427790; Anna V. Smock, Los An- 
geles. 



Hurrah for the flag of America; 
words and music by J. A. Hansen Tof 
U. 8.] [12540 

© Aug. 1. 1918; 2 <•. July 31, 1918; 
E 427872: National song CO., Brook- 
lyn. 

Hurrah for Wilson's braves: tune 
founded on Hot time in the old town, 
and Tramp, tramp, tramp, words and 
music by A. May Brannan [of U. S.] 
[12541 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428952; A. M. Brannan. Washing- 
ton. 

Hurrah, hurrah, boys; words by J. 
Edgworth, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12542 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427467; 
John Edgeworth. Syracuse. N. Y. 

Hurry no. 2 ; by Sol P. Levy [of U. S.J ; 
orch, with conductor. (Cinema de 
luxe edition no. 3) 1 12543 

© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427597: Cinema music CO., New 
York. 

Hurry we're off for France ; words by 
T. Lynch, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [12544 

© July 3. 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 5. 1918 ; 
E 429247: Tbos. Lynch, Deadwood, 
S. D. 

Hurrying o'er the tob ; words and mu- 
sic by M. E. McCann-Cross [of U. S.] 
[12545 
© lc. July 20, 1918; E 427454: 
Mary E. McCann-Cross, Plattsburg. 
N. Y. 

Hush-a-bye; words and music by M. J. 

Howe [of U. S.] [12546 

© 1 c. June 26, 1918; E 427085; 

Maude Johnson Howe. Bartow, Fla. 

Hush-a-bye, ma baby: the Missouri 
waltz, duett, words by J. R. Shannon, 
music from original melody procured 
by John Valentine Eppel. arr. by 
Frederic Knight Logan [of U. S.] ; 
sop. and alto, or ten. and baritone. 

[12547 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429217; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

words by James R. Shannon. 

music from an original melody pro 
cured by John Valentine Eppel, arr. 
by Frederic Knight Logan fof TJ. S.] 



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no. 8, 1918 



12567 



Hush-a-bye. ma baby — Continued. 
4to. 1. Male quartette. — 2. Mixed 
quartette. [12548, 42549 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 5, 
1918 ; E 429209, 429210 ; Forster mu- 
sic publisher, inc., Chicago. 
Hymn before action ; a part-song, 
words by Rudyard Kipling, music by 
H. Walford Davies [of England] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Part song book, 
second series, no. 1326) [12550 

© July 15, 1918 ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421351; Novello & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hymn (A) of faith; words by Fred- 
erick W. Faber, music by J. Sebas- 
tian Matthews [of U. S.] ; choir and 
congregation. 4to. (Church music 
review no. 467) [12551 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427778 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Hymn to Missouri* words by E. W. 
Patterson, music by G. Blair [of U. 
S.] ; mixed chorus. 4to. [12552 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430026 ; Girard Blair, Sedalia, Mo., 
and Edwin W. Patterson, Boulder, 
Colo. 

I am a little scholae; words anon., 
music by C. Donly [of U. S.] [12553 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426984 ; Carson Donly, Chicago. 

I AM BUILDING A CASTLE IN IRELAND FOR 
MOTHERS LIKE MOTHER MACHREE ; 

words by J. B. Fernan, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12554 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427410; 
James B. Fernan, Beloj,t, Wis. 

I am going away ; words by P. H. 
Spaulding, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [12555 

© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429137 ; P. H. Spaulding. Hinsdale. 
111. 

I believed all they said ; from Rock-a- 
bye baby, words by Herbert Reynolds, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[12556 

© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 

E 427187 ; T. B. Harms co., New York. 

I BUILT A FAIRY PALACE IN THE SKY; 

from Chu Chin Chow, words by Os- 
car Asche, music by Frederic Norton 
[of England] [12557 

© July 26, 1918 ; 1 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 421417 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 
London. 



I can't go with the boys and i'm too 

BIG FOR TOYS, BUT I CAN STAY AND 

take care of you ; words by I. Stin- 
nett, music and arr. by S. Serrill [of 
U. S.] [12558 

© 1 c. May 20, 1918; E 430061; 
Irby Stinnett and Sylvia Serrill, Bay 
City, Tex. 

I'd kill the kaiser for you ; words 
and music by W. Smith [of U. S.] 

[12559 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427258; 
Wm. Smith, Rutland, Vt. 

I don't care how long it lasts, I've 
got my old girl back ; words by G. J. 
Page, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12560 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E. 429016; 
Geo. J. Page, Sag Harbor, N. Y. 

I don't need the moonlight, just the 
light of your eyes ; words by M. B. 
Marshall, music bv E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12561 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427610; 
Myron B. Marshall, Norfolk, Va. 

I dreamt that the whole world was 
free ; words and music by Joe Cron- 
son [of U. S.] [12562 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427524; Harold Freeman music 
co., Providence, R. I. 

I HAVE COME WHERE THE BLOOD CAN 

heal; words by Herbert Buffum, 
music by R. E. Winsett [of U. S.] 

[12563 

© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427313; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 
I have corns ; words and music bv J. 
Q. Dixon [of U. S.] Buffalo, N. Y, 
Sovereign pub. co. [12564 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1918; E 429399; J. Qallan Dixon, 
Buffalo. 

I HAVE LOST WHAT GOLD CAN NEVER BUY ; 

words and music by Beatrice Ren- 
shaw [of U. S.] [12565 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429158; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 
I heard a voice; words by Alma E. 
Wallner, music by G. C. Flint [of 
U. S.] [12566 

© 1 c July 15, 1918; E 427194; 
George C. Flint, New York. 

I JUST LOVE TO LOOK INTO YOUR EYES ; 

words and music bv E. Williams [of 
U. S.] [12567 

© 1 c. July 29. 1918; E 427819; 
Ernest Williams, Milwaukee. 



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I KNOW THAT WE'LL BE FIGHTING FOE 
THOSE LOVED ONES LEFT BEHIND ; 

words by F. Fredericksen, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12568 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427631; 
Fred Fredericksen, Camp Lewis, 
Wash. 

I know you know I know ; words by 
William J. Hartley, music by John 
T. Hall [of U. S.] [12569 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427483 ; Bizet music pub co., New 
York. 

I'll always love the dear old Yankee 
flag; words and music by N. M. 
Black [of U. S.], arr. by Charles M. 
Schmidt [of U. S.] [12570 

© 1. c. July 9, 1918; E 428602; 
Nellie Mae Black, Whitehouse, Fla. 

I'll be back, Mary ; words by Eugene 
West, music by Victor Hyde [of U. 
S.] [12571 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426871 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

I'll be true to the U. S. A. ; words 
and arr. of music by A. Simms, mel- 
ody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher, of U. S.] [12572 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918 ; E 427120 ; A. 
Simms, Wakenda, Mo. 

I'll be waiting, Jack, for you ; words 

and music by R. Boisvert [of U. S.] 

[12573 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427257; 

Roland Boisvert, Manchester, N. H. 

I'll be watting, sweetheart, in the 
U. S. A. ; words and melody by J. 
Ellison [of U. S.], har. by Leo G. 
Kratz. [12574 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429232; Jewell Ellison, Lucas, 
S. D. 

I'll coax you and I'll tease you; 
words by E. L. Swanson, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12575 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429246 ; Eldon L. Swanson, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

I'll come back to you when it's all 
over; one-step, by Mills, played by 
Victor Arden and Thos. Griselle [of 



I'll come back to you when it's all 
over — Continued. 

U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, X101204) [12576 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427147; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

I'll make you proud of me, mother; 

words and music by W. Wood [of 

U. S.] [12577 

© Julv 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 

E 427227; Will Wood, New York. 

I'll meet you in Berlin, good-bye; 

words and music by E. Williams of 

U. S.] [12578 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427821; 

Ernest Williams, Milwaukee. 

I'll never catch up; I'll be always 

behind, words and music by S. 

Knight [of U. S.] [12579 

© 1 c. June 22, 1918; E 430035; 

Samuel Knight, Boston. 

I'll return to you; words and music 
by N. S. Sells [of U. S.] [12580 

© 1 c. Aug- 6, 1918 ; E 427964 ; N. 
S. Sells, Buffalo. 

I'LL RETURN TO YOU, MY SWEETHEART, 

when victory is won ; words by S. 
Provost, music by J. E. Andino of 
U. S.] [12581 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429018; 
Selma Provost, New York. 

I'LL RETURN TO YOU, SWEET GeRALDINE/ 

words by T. B. Mauran, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12582 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429091; 
Thos. A. Mauran, Charleston, S. C. 

I'll think of you ; fox trot, from The 
rainbow girl, intro. Soon we'll all 
be seen upon the screen, by Louis 
A. Hirsch. arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
S. U.]. Military band. 2. Full orch. 
4to. [12583. 125S4 

© May 10, 1918; 2 c. each July 
18. 1918; E 427374, 427375; M. 
Witmark & sons, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

I'll wear a big red cross ; words by R. 

F. Dittbenner. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12585 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429447; 

Rich. F. Dittbenner, Hugo, Minn. 



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12603 



1 LONG TO DREAM OF YESTERDAY, FOR 

then I dream of you ; words by A. A. 
Nunziante, music by J. Allen Cooke 
[of U. S.] [12586 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 426882 ; Cooke & Malool music pub. 
co., Newark, N. J. 

I love 'em when they're wild ; from 
Biff! bang, words by Clarence J. 
Marks, music by William Schroeder 
[of U. S.] [12587 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426898 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 

- York. 

I love her, ooh la la la; words by 
Charlotte Porter and Eddie Dorr, 
music by Lew Porter [of U. S.] 

[12588 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8. 1918 ; 
E 430016 ; Gio Satoro, New York. 

I love Him; hymn, words and music 
by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] (In 
B. Y. P. U. of Texas, Seventeenth 
annual encampment program) 

[12589 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428690; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

I love my liberty boy; words and 
melody by J. D. Cr eager [of U. S.], 
arr. by Harry L. Cook ; in F. [12590 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 428891 ; Joe Daniel Creager, Louis- 
ville. [Copyright is claimed on 
transposing to key of F] 

I'm a lonesome Romeo; words by P. 
Mesyar, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12591 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427276; 
Paul Mesyar, Chicago. 

I'm a sore; words and music by Wil- 
liam Tracey [of U. S.], arr. by Jack 
Earley [of U. S.] [12592 

© 1 c. July 6, 1918; E 429011; 
Frank Lewis, Newark, N. J. 

I'm a true American woman ; words 
by Jane Adams Arnold [of U. S.], 
music anon. (Cover title: A true 
American woman) [12593 

© June 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 429108 ; Jane Adams Arnold, Colo- 
rado Springs, Col. 

I'm coming back to you ; words by L. 
E. Gregg, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12594 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429062; 
Laurence E. Gregg, Fort Madison, la. I 

783 



I'm dreaming of you, sweetheart; 
words and music by Arthur Bristow 
[of U. S.] [12595 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429153; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

I'm giving you to Uncle Sam ; words 
by Thos. H. Ince, music by V. L. 
Schertzinger [of U. S.] Los Angeles, 
Frank J. Hart, Southern California 
music co. [12596 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 427201 ; Victor L. Schertzinger, Los 
Angeles. 

I'm glad to be a soldier ; words by F. 

Curtis, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12597 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427279; 

Frank Curtis, Worcester, Mass. 



I'm going away from here ; words and 

melody by Bill McKenna [of U. S.] 

[12598 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 429282; 

Harry Foy, New York. 

I'm going back to the girl I left be- 
hind; words and music by Peter 
Bernard [of England] [12599 

© July 18, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 421436; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., New York. 

['m going over the top, or go under; 
words by F. Richardson, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12600 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427271; 
Frank Richardson, West Palm 
Beach, Fla. 

['m going through with Jesus ; 
hymn, words and music by Herbert 
Buff urn [of U. S.] [12601 

© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427317; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 

['m going to follow the boys ; one- 
step, by Monaco, played by Victor 
Arden and Paul King [of U. S.] ; in 
B flat. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, X101314.) [12602 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 191S ; 
E 427145; Rythmodik music corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

!'m going to spend my vacation with 
a dear old eelation ; from Passing 
show of 1918, words by Al Wilson, 
music by Louis Silvers [of U. S.] 

[12603 
© July 13, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
191S ; E 42S666 ; Al Piantadosi & co., 
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I'm gonna pin my medal on the girl 
I left behind ; words and music by 
Irving Berlin [of U. S.] (Cover 
title : I'm gonna pin a medal on the 
girl I left behind.) [12604 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426972; Waterson Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

I'm hitting the trail to Normandy ; 
fox trot, by Doctor, played by Don- 
ald Makay [of U. S.] ; in C. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls. X100933) 
[12605 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428846 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

I'm in the navy now. See Jasper 
Jones. 

I'm leaving fob France to-day, dear ; 

words by R. Z. Virgin, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12606 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426563; 

R. Z. Virgin, Blkins, W. Va. 

I'm over here and you're over there ; 
words by Harold Atteridge, music by 
Jean Schwartz [of U. S.] [12607 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 427893 ; Waterson Berlin & Snyder 
co., New York. 
I'm over not under in France; words 
by W. H. Durbin. music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[12608 
© June 27, 1918; 2 e. July 22, 
1918; E 42S811; W. H. Durbin, 
Sagurache. Colo. 

I'm proud because I had to say, good- 
bye; words by R. B. Case, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12609 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429047 ; R. 
Beth Case, Oswego, N. Y. 

I'm proud to be a soldier of the 
Allies ; words by Vera Irvine, music 
by Bern Done [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Irvine & Done music co. [12610 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426969 ; Irvine and Done, Chicago. 

I MAY STAY AWAY A LITTLE LONGER; 

fox-trot, by Von Tilzer, played by 
Victor Arden assisted by W. E. D. 
[of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, xl01323) [12611 

©Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427133 ; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

784 



I never can whistle alone ; words and 
melodv by Irene Du Vernet Rabell [i. 
e. Mrs. C. F. Rabell, of U. S.], arr. 
by Theodore Westman [of U. S.] 

[12612 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429362; 
Mrs. Charles Francis Rabell, New 
York. 



[ NEVER KNEW THERE WAS SUNSHINE, 

until I met you ; words and music 
by T. J. Flanagan [of U. S.] Syra- 
cuse, N. Y., Thos. J. Flanagan music 
co. [12613 

© Feb. 3. 1918 ; 2 c. June 22, 1918 ; 
E 427016; Thos. J. Flanagan, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

'. RAISED YOU FOR A SOLDIER, LAD; WOrdS 

by I. B. Liesmann, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music co. [12614 

©June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 429127 ; Ida B. Liesmann, St. Louis. 

['se gwine back to dixie; by C. A. 
White, arr. by M. E. Lake [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [12615 

© June 15. 1918 ; 2 c. July 5. 1918 ; 
E 426952: White-Smith music co.. 
Boston. 

[ SHALL PRAY FOR MY DADDY ; WOl'dS by 

Mrs. G. M. Rackow. music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12616 

© lc. July 20, 1918 ; E 427415 ; Mrs. 

George M. Rackow, Eastport, N. Y. 

[ think of you ; words by M. J. 

Gunsky. music by R. Ulin [of U. S.] 

arr. by C. Daniels, [of U. S.] [12617 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429353; 

Rena Ulin, San Francisco. 

['ve crowned Him King ; words and 
music by F. E. Roush [of U. S.] 8vo. 
[12618 
© July 17, 191S ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 
E 428751: Frank E. Roush. Lynch- 
burg, Ohio. 

['VE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH YOU ; 

from Marry in haste, words 
by Anna Nichols and Fiske O'Hara, 
music by George H. Gartlan [of U. 
S.] [12619 

© Aug. 2, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 3. 1918 ; 
E 429098 : Leo Foist, inc., New York. 

I've found a Friend; words by J. S. 
Small, music by Herbert Sanders [of 
Great Britain] ; solo and refrain. 8vo. 
( Evangel series, no. 2) [12620 

© July 17, 1918 : 1 c. July 15, 1918; 
E 421375 : Woodward & co.. London. 



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no. 8, 1918 



12637 



I've got a ten day pass foe a honey- 
moon, WITH THE GIBE I LEFT BEHIND J 

words and. melody by Ballard Mac- 
donald, Jas. F. Hanley and Walter 
Donaldson [of TJ. S.], arr. by Rube 
Bennett [of U. S.] [12621 

© 1 e. Aug. 9, 1918; E 429327; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

I've taken my stand for Uncle Sam ; 
words by B. Lumbert, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[12622 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429139 ; Burton Lumbert, Portland, 
Mich. 

I want a doll ; words by Ed Moran and 
Vincent Bryan, music by H. Von Til- 
zer [of U. S.] [12623 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 27, 1918 ; 
E 428912; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

I want a soldier boy to correspond 
with me ; from Somewhere in Am- 
erica ; words and music by Moreland 
bros. [of U. S.J Adrian, Mich., More- 
land bros. song foundry. [12624 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 528959; Moreland bros., Adrian, 
Mich. 

I WANT MY BOY TO BE A MANLY MAN ; 

words by James Monroe Powers, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [12625 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429438; 
Lillian R. Powers, Miami, Fla. 

words by L. R. Powers, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12626 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427617; 
Lillian R. Powers, Miami, Fla. 

I WANT MY DKEAM AGAIN ; WOl'dS and 

music by G. H. Kirk [of U. S.] 

[12627 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429463; 
C. H. Kirk, Homer City, Pa. 
I want to be like Him ; hymn, words 
and music by J. M. Henson [of U. S.] 
[12628 
© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427310; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 
I want to be there; words by A. F. 
Shinherl, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12629 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429477; 
A. F. Shinherl, Cleveland. 



I WANT TO GO BACK TO BLIGHTY ; the 

American Blighty song, by Wm. B. 
Davidson, arr. by S. Deshon [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [12630 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 427577; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

I want you beside me. See Chimney 
corner songs. 

I WANTA ASK Y'U ABOUT NEBRASKA ; 

words and music by B. Alderman 
[of U. S.] [12631 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 
E 427175; Beatrice Alderman, Fre- 
mont, Neb. 

I WILL FIGHT FOR THE RED, WHITE AND 

Blue ; words by Emma C. Browning, 

music by E. B. Hutchison [of U. S.], 

arr. by Jas. W. Gearhart. [12632 

© June 15, 1918; 2 c. July 23, 

1918; E 428S32; Ethel Browning 

Hutchison, Delano, Cal. 

I will go ; hymn, words and music by 

J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] (In B. Y. 

P. U. of Texas. Seventeenth annual 

encampment program) [12633 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 

E 428702; Robert Henry Coleman, 

Dallas. 

I WISH I COULD BE WITH THE BOYS ; 

words by C. R. McCollom, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12634 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429138; Claude R. McCollom, St. 
Louis. 

I WISH I HAD SOMEONE TO SAY GOOD-BYE 

to ; words by Joe Goodwin, music by 
Halsey K. Mohr [of U. S.] [12635 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429239 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc.. New York. 

I WISH I WAS IN THE LAND OF COTTON 

now ; fox-trot by Meyer, played by 
Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in C. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls. X 
101253) [12636 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427132 ; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

I WONDER IF SHE'S STILL THE SAME OLD 

gikl; words by Garland Lufkin, 
music by Norman W. Morison [of 
U. S.] [12637 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429107 ; Musicians supply co., Bos- 
ton. 



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I WONDER WHERE MY BOY IS NOW ; WOrdS 

and music by A. Pennella [of U. S.] 

[12638 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 

E 428441 ; Angelo Pennella, Ralston, 

Pa. 

I WOULD LOVE YOU IE I KNEW YOU LOVED 

me too; words and music by M. P. 
Bowyer [of U. S.] [12639 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427573; Meda F. Bowyer, Pitts- 
burgh. 
I-cla-ola ; waltz, by J. S. Brothers, jr. 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [12640 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918 ; E 427342 ; J. 
Stanley Brothers, jr., Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

Idillio (Idyl) ; Theodore Lack, op. 
134, rev. ed. and instructive annota- 
tions by Maurice Aronson, form and 
harmony by Alexander Henneman 
[of U. S.] biographical sketch and 
glossary by Emerson Whithorne [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Progressive series 
compositions, no. 543, grade 3-a) 

[12641 
© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 427193; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

Same. [12642 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429261; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

If I cling to the cross ; hymn, words 
and music by Irene McCague [of 
U. S.] [12643 

© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. June 29, 1918 ; 
E 426822 ; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

IF I COULD BRING MY DREAMS TO YOU; 

words by Herbert J. Brandon, music 

by Daniel Wood [of England] ; in G. 

[12644 

© July 9, 1918 ; 1 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 421370 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 
If I fall; words by G. C. Brown, mu- 
sic by J. Heiser [of U. S.] [12645 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427073; John Heiser, Somerville, 
Mass. 

IF I ONLY HAD MY RAZOR UNDER THE 

Kaiser's chin ; words by B. Trim- 
mel and A. B. Wyatt, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12646 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427432; 
Benford Trimmel and Alfred B. 
Wyatt, Boston. 



If I were big enough to be a soldier ; 

words bv R. R. Peters, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12647 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427251; 

Ralph R. Peters, Stockton, 111. 

If she means what I think she 
means; from Ziegfeld follies 1918, 
words and music by Arthur J. Jack- 
son and Bud De Sylva [of U. S.] 

[12648 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427029 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

If the French mam'selle steals our 

Yankee m'seiu; words and melody 

by D. Levinsohn [of U. S.] [12649 

© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E 428916; 

Dina Levinsohn, Englewood, N. J. 

If thou doth love me still ; words by 
J. Strother, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12650 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427948; 
John Strother, jr., Orangeberg, S. C. 

If you look in her eyes. See Tickle 
toe [and] If you look in her eyes. 

If you're looking for Irish, take her ; 
words by T. Hearon, music by 
Charles Gillen [of U. S.], arr. by Eu- 
gene Platzmann [of U. S.] [12651 
© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428930; 
Thomas Hearon, Brooklyn. 

If you won't work then you must 
fight, Uncle Sam will teach you 
how ; words and music by P. Lipford 
[of U. S.] [12652 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427990; 
Pauline Lipford, McDonoughville, 
La. 

If you write to a Sammy boy ; words 
by E. Jost, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12653 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426564; 
Ella Jost, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ill-fated (The) transport Tuscania ; 
words by M. M. Guyett, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12654 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427249; 
Mabel M. Guyett, Minneapolis. 

Illinois, our Illinois ; words and 
music by A. C. W. Burton [of U. S.] 
St. Louis, Shattinger piano & music 
co. [12655 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 427090; Annie C. W. Burton, Ed- 
ward sville, 111. 



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no. 8, 1918 



12674 



Illinois state centennial march ; by 

W. D. Armstrong [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[12656 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 426999; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 

Imagination; words and music by 
Marquis Ellis [of U. S.] [12657 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; E 427290 ; Ell- 
rich, Los Angeles. 

Impetuous youth ; valse vive, by Bert. 
R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 118, no. 2 ; 
piano. (When spring comes, no. 
15209) [12658 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427745; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Impish elves ; intermezzo, by Gaston 

Borch [of U. S.] ; orch. and piano. 

4to. [12659 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 

E 427598 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Impeovization ; by Reginald Barrett 
[of U. S.] op. 81; organ. [12660 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 429010; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

In a eosy cosy aeboe ; there's a harbor 
for our love, words and music by 
Harry D. Kerr [of U. S.] Los An- 
geles, Edw. L. Ballenger music pub. 
co. [12661 

© June 15, 1918; 1 c. June 25, 
1918 ; 1 c. July 12, 1918 ; E 427176 ; 
Los Angeles music pub. co., Los 
Angeles. 

In Ameeica; duettino comico, versi di 
Tony Ferrazzfino, musica di L. Mat- 
tiello [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; canto e mandolino. New 
York, Societa libraria italiana. 

[12662 
© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 430069; Italian book co., 
New York. 

In an old fashioned gaeden of eoses ; 
words by E. J. Burkett, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12663 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427284; 
E. J. Burkett, Hyndman, Pa. 

In answee to duty's call; words by 

L. C. Biggs, music by Luadah Sallee 

Baughman [of U. S.] [12664 

© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428593; 

Lewis Cass Biggs, Lawrence, Kan. 



In Austealia ; words and music by G. 
Christian Neech [of Australia] 

[12665 
© July 11, 1918; 1 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 421402 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

In couet deess ; minuet, by Wm. M. 
Felton [of U. S.] ; piano. [12666 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427726; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In days gone by ; words and music by 
W. Schueler [of U. S.] [12667 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427214; 
Waldemar Schueler, Milwaukee. 

In faieyland; dance intermezzo, by 
Arthur Basson [of England] ; pf. 

[12668 
© July 2, 1918 ; 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 421349 ; E. Osborne & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

In Flanders fields; words by John 
Mac Rae, music by M. Jenette Lou- 
don [of U. S.] [12669 
© July 6, 1918; 2 c. July 11, 1918; 
E 428626; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

music by Z. Auerbach [of 

Russia, domiciled at New York] 

[12670 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429007; 
Zemach Auerbach, New York. 

In India; suite, by R. S. Stoughton 
[of U. S.] ; organ. Contents:— 1. 
The grove of palms. 2. By the 
Ganges. 3. The dancing girls of 
Delhi. 4. Incantation. 5. In the 
palace of the Rajah. [12671 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 428731; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

In libeety's name ; march song, words 

and music by E. Schaaf [of U. S.] 

op. 20, no. 1. [12672 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429092; 

Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

In May; words anon., music arr. by 
M. W. Butler [of U. S.] ; piano or 
organ ace. [12673 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429149 ; A. W. Perry's sons, Seda- 
lia, Mo. 

In no man's land; words by E. Mo- 

rosco, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12674 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 4294S0; 

Edward Morosco, Worcester, Mass. 



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In old Tennessee; words by J. J. 

Jones, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12675 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426568; 

Jas. J. Jones, Guymon, Okla. 

In our land of the U. S. A. ; words by 

W. O. Winterman, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12676 

© 1 c Aug. 1, 1918; E 429037; 

Wm. O. Winterman, St. Louis. 

In slumber; by Wm. M. Felton [of U. 

S.] ; piano. [12677 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427725; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

In slumberland ; cradle-song, by Marie 
Crosby [of U. S.] op. 44, no. 4 ; piano. 
(Bedtime stories,) [12678 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429193; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

intro. Cradle song, by M. Hauser, 

arr. by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. 
(Impressions in tone, no. 15283) 

[12679 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427691; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

In sunny France; words and music 
by E. E. Mori [of U. S.] ; medium in 
A flat. Washington. Capital music 
co. [12680 

© July 22. 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427521 ; Emile E. Mori, Washing- 
ton. 

In the aviation corps ; words by Mrs. 
E. E. Wolf, music by Lenore Wolf Al- 
bright [of U. S.]. arr. by Mrs. J. 
Albright [of U. S.] [126S1 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 429281; 
Mrs. John Albright, Sumas, Wash. 

In the bye and bye; words by R. C. 

James, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12682 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427248; 

Roger C. James, Cincinnati. 

In the chalet (In der sennhiitte) ; 
by Gustav Lange, op. 314; rev. and 
ed. by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [12683 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 427093 ; Shattinger piano & music 
co., St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing and revising] 



In the dawning of the morning, 
when the boys come marching 
home; words and music by Joseph 
Atkins [pseud, of U. S.], arr. bv Ru- 
dolph Thaler [of U. S.] [12684 
© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E 428917; 
Joseph A. Culbert, Philadelphia. 

Same. [12685 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430018; Joseph A. Culbert, Phila- 
delphia. 

In the palace of the Rajah. See 
In India. 

In the Southland; intermezzo, by 
Paul Tietjens, arr. by T. M. Taylor 
[of U. S.] ; full band, 4to. [12686 
© June 28, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427384 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

full orch. [12687 

© June 14, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427387 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

In the sweet, sweet bye and bye ; 
words by Jim Burris, music by Chris 
Smith [of U. S.] ; 4to. [12688 

© July 25. 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428887 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

In the trenches over there ; Words 

by E. B. Stowe. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12689 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427272; 

Elva B. Stowe, Bartlesville, Okl. 

In the valley where the honey- 
suckles grew ; words by E. S. Evans, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12690 

© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429290; Elza Evans. Portsmouth. 
O. 

In tulip tlme; words by Arthur E. 
Bucknam, music by J. Henry Ellis 
I of U. S.l New York. Richmond 
publisher. [12691 

© Aug. 12, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1918 ; E 430030 ; I. Ellis, New York. 

In Venice; by Catty Sellars [of Eng- 
land, domiciled ;u New York] ; organ, 
obi. Svo. [12692 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 427099: J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



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Incantation. See In India. 

Indian misterioso ; by Sol P. Levy [of 
U. S.] ; orch., piano or organ conduc- 
tor. 4to. (Cinema incidental se- 
ries, no. 13) [12693 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427603 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Indian (An) village; by Cecil Bur- 
leigh [of U. S.] op. 14, no. 3; violin 
and piano. (Five sketches, no. in) 
[12694 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429185; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Indian wail; by Antonin Dvorak 
[and] Meditation ; by Alexandre Gla- 
zounow, op. 32 : arr. by Otto Langey 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Galaxy, no. 123) 
[12695 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429277; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Indiana mine ; words and music by F. 
Holland [of U. S.] [12696 

© June 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426933; Frank Holland, Indian- 
apolis. 

Inner vision ; by Louis Adolphe Coerne 
[of U. S.] op. 109, no. 1; organ. 

[12697 

© May 25, 1918 ; 2 c. June 14, 1918 ; 

E 426536 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Inscriptions champetres ; poesie de 
Remy de Gourmont, musique de An- 
dre Caplet [of France] ; voix de 
femmes sans ace. 4 to. [12698 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421468 ; Durand et cie, Paris. 

Into my life she came ; words by 
Grace Denio Litchfield, music by 
Gottfried H. Federlein [of U. S.] ; 
low voice. [12699 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427727; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Into the twilight; secular duet, 
words by W. B. Yeats, music by 
Louis Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.], op. 
116, no. 9 ; sop. and ten. ( Six vocal 
duets, no. 1) [12700 

© July 27, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427897; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Introduction. See Battling. 

Invocation. See Grieg (Edvard Hage- 
rup) 



Iowa (The) volunteers; words by E, 

V. Sanders, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [12701 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429370; 

Ernst V. Sanders, Dubuque, la. 

Ireland, dear Ireland ; words by J. F. 

Griffin, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12702 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918 ; E 426556 ; J. 

F. Griffin, New Haven. 

Irish (The) blackthorn; words and 
melody by D. R. See [pseud, of P. W. 
DArcy, of U. S.] [12703 

© 1 c. July 5, 1918 ; E 426948 ; Pat- 
rick William D'Arcy, San Francisco. 

Irish (An) mother's heart; words by 
Joseph S. Hogan, music by S. M. A. 
Murphy [of U. S.] Omaha, Neb., 
Lafleur pub. co. [12704 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 429324 ; S. M. Alphonsus Murphy, 
Omaha, Neb. 

Irishman (An) was made to love and 
eight ; words by J. W. Bratton, mel- 
ody by Jos. H. Santly [of U. S.] 

[12705 
© 1 c. July 11, 1918; E 428617; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

IS YOUR HEART BEATING TRUE FOR OLD 

Glory; words by F. D. Rea, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12706 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427391; 

F. D. Rea, Jamaica Plains, Mass. 

Isoel; intermezzo, by Frederick W. 

Coventry [of Great Britain], arr. by 

Albert E. Walton ; orch. 4to. (Kur- 

saal edition, no. 100). [12707 

© July 25, 1918 ; 1 c. July 27, 1918 ; 

E 421427 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, ltd., 

London. 

It is really a long way to Picardy; 

words by S. J. Merrill, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12708 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427254; 

Solomon Joseph Merrill, Detroit. 

It's a hard job to catch the Kaiser; 

words by O. Hughes, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12709 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427627; 

Owen Hughes, Little Valley, N. Y. 

It's a long, long road to prosperity ; 

and it's tough when you've got to 

walk ; words ' by Raymond Leveen, 

music by Jesse Winne [of U. S.] 

[12710 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 191S ; 
E 430012; Winlee music co., New 
York. 



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It's a long, long way from the U. S. 
A. ; text for U. S. A. by H. A. Parker 
[of U. S.], words and music by Lang- 
ton Marks. New York, Edward 
Schuberth & co. [12711 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427322 ; Cary & co., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on text] 

It's a long way back to Dixie ; words 
by Walter Bolian, melody by Wil- 
fred Duke [of U. S.], arr. by Thos. 
Coufail [of U. S.] [12712 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427226; 
Walter L. Bolian, Chicago. 

It's a long way back to school days ; 
fox-trot, by Vincent and Shapiro, 
played by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; 
in C. (Rvthmodik record music 
rolls, X101213). [12713 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428854; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

It's a long way from here to over 
there; words and music by L. Pay- 
ton [of U. S.] arr. by W. M. J. Carle ; 
piano and violin with text. 4to. 

[12714 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 
E 427532 ; Lew Payton, New York. 

It's a long way to Berlin ; words by 
S. P. Guy, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12715 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427266; 
Sperry P. Guy, Eolia, Mo. 

It's a long way to victory but we 
will get there; words by A. Craig, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [12716 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426559; 
Andrew Craig, Trenton, N. J. 

It's a pretty little thing ; from Just 
around the corner, words by Stanley 
Murphy, music by Harry Puck [of 
U. S.] [12717 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427296 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

It's all through love ; words and mu- 
sic by Loo E. Elgar [of England] 

[12718 
© July 2, 1918 ; 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 421347 ; E. Osborne & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

It's Katy-by-the door for the Kaiser ; 

words by J. T. Thorp, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12719 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427965; 

James T. Thorp, Miami, Mo. 



It's mating time ; words by C. McNett, 
music by Martin Green wald [of 
U. S.] [12720 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 427319 ; Charles McNett, Portland, 
Or. 

It's money, money, money all the 
time; words and music by L. S. 
Whitaker [of U. S.] [12721 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427881 ; Lilla Seeligson Whitaker, 
Cuero, Tex. 

It's moving day for William when 
Sammy takes Berlin ; words and 
music by M. M. Hoff [of U. S.] 

[12722 
© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 426981; 
Mattie M. Hoff, Clinton, 111. 

It's my flag too ; words by Lizzie De 
Armond. music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Rodeheaver co. 
[12723 
© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427814; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

It's nice to be remembered ; words by 

A. W. Kruger, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [12724 

© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 428660; 

August W. Kruger, Arco, Minn. 

It's no use worrying over yesterday ; 

words and music by Jack Judge [of 

England] [12725 

© July 10, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 421414 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

It's no wonder the women are wild ; 
words and music by F. G. King [of 
Australia, domiciled at New York] 

[12726 
© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; E 429319; 
Frank Gilmore King, New York. 

It's the love for the land where 
their childhood days were spent; 
words by Mrs. T. Schlueter. music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12727 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 429121; Mrs. Theodore 
Schlueter, Riverdale, 111. 

IT'S THE LOVE OF OUR FLAG AND OUR 

country ; words by W. Watson, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 
[12728 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426558; 
William Watson, St. Louis. 



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12746 



It's the summer that makes us gay ; 
words by Mrs. E. Rennie, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12729 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427938; 
Mrs. E. Rennie, New York. 

It's U. S. A. ; words and arr. of music 

by L. Barkus, melody by Luther A. 

Clark [of U. S.] [12730 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427121; 

Lillie Barkus, Granville, N. D. 

It was hell to say good-bye ; words by 
R. Galehouse, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12731 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429035; 
Reine Galehouse, Flint, Mich. 

It will be cock-a-doodle-do-oo, when 
we get you ; words and music by L. 
V. St. Hilaire [of U. S.], arr. by Thos. 
C. Freeman [of U. S.] [12732 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429008; 
Louise Vesie St. Hilaire, New York. 

Italian love; O mari, by M. Halperin 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [12733 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426889; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Jack-in-the-box ; words and music by 

Harry Carlton and Jay Whidden [of 

England] [12734 

© July 29, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 421492 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Jasmine; by Brian Hope [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [12735 
© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 421383 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Jaspee Jones ; or, I'm in the navy now, 
a sea-going song, words and music 
by S. B. Wright [of U. S.] [12736 
© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427767; Sidney B. Wright, New- 
port, R. I. 

Jazbo Johnson's hokum band ; words 
and music by Chris Smith [of U. S.] 
4to. [12737 

© July 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428888 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

Jazz (The) imp; novelty song, words 
by Charles Ellis, music by C. Ellis 
and Paul Estabrook [of U. S.], arr. 
by P. Estabrook [of U. S.] [12738 
© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 428890; 
National music pub. co., Grand Rap- 
ids, Mich. 



Je vous aime (I love you) ; words and 
music by E. L. Barber [of U. S.] 

[12739 
© 1 c. July 1, 1918; E 426857; 
Emilie L. Barber, New York. 

Jeannette; caprice, by Hugo Riesen- 

feld [of U. S.] ; piano. [12740 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 

E 427904; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Jesus Chbist is King; hymn, words 
by J. Gregory Mantle, music by E. M. 
Roth [of U. S.] [12741 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427561; Elton Menno Roth, St. 
Paul. 

Jesus expects you ; hymn, words by E. 
E. Hewitt, music by Henry P. Mor- 
ton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of 
Texas. Seventeenth annual encamp- 
ment program) [12742 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428699; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Jesus has won my heart; words by 
A. W. Payne, music by E. M. Roth 
[of U. S.] [12743 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427558; Elton Menno Roth, St. 
Paul. 

Jesus is the friend you need ; hymn, 
words and music by I. E. Reynolds 
[of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of Texas. 
Seventeenth annual encampment pro- 
gram) [12744 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428698; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Jesus shall reign ; anthem, words by 
Isaac Watts, arr. from Mendelssohn, 
by Geo. S. Schuler [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Hymn anthem for 
mixed voices, no. 10985). [12745 

© June 12, 191S; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427754; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

John Grumlie; part-song, words by 
Allan Cunningham, air traditional, 
music arr. by Hugh S. Robertson [of 
Great Britain] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Curwen's edition, no. 61092). 

[12746 
© July 16, 1918 ; 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 421395; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 



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John (The) Peel bag; from Little 
Miss 1918, words by John P. Har- 
rington, music by Melville Gideon 
[of England] [12747 

© July 11, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 421435 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Jolly farmer. See Schumann (Robert 
Alexander) Children's pieces. 

Josephina my gal; words and melody 
by T. H. Oden [of U. S.], arr. by 
Robert W. Ricketts [of U. S.] 

[12748 

© 1 c. June 24, 1918; E 426878; 

Thomas Hildred Oden, Topeka, Kan. 

Journey (A) with the sandman; 
words and arr. of melody by H. G. 
Snow [of U. S.], melody by M. Du- 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [12749 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427783; 
Hazel C. Snow, West Bridgewater, 
Mass. 

Journeys end in lovers meeting ; 
words by John P. Harrington and 
Cyrus B. Cuyler, music by John Ash- 
ton [of England] ; in D. Blackpool, 
H. Sharpies & sons, ltd. [12750 

© July 22, 1918; 1 c. July 31, 
1918; E 421442; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

June (A) moonrise; part-song, words 
by Clinton Scollard, music by Eric 
Delamarter [of U. S.] ; eight voices, 
a cappella. 4to. (Modern series, no. 
125) [12751 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427S83; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Jungle (The) society ball; words 
and music by B. Holliman [of U. S.], 
arr. by J. W. Grey [of U. S.] 

[12752 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13. 1918 ; 
E 428650; Ben Holliman, Indianap- 
olis. 

Just a band of workers ; words by R. 
F. Dooley, music by Dave Peyton, jr. 
[of U. S.] [12753 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429230; Rebecca Frances Dooley, 
Chicago. 

Just a letter from a grey haired 
mother; one-step, by Lange, played 
by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in B 
flat. (Rythmodik record music rolls, 
X101153). [12754 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428860; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



Just a letter to his papa ; words and 
arr. of music by M. R. Pride, melody 
by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[12755 
© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427123; 
Monta R. Pride, Washington, Ind. 

Just a little cottage ; fox-trot, by 
Egan, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] ; in E flat. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, X 101163). 

[12756 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

B 427140 ; Rythmodik music Corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

interpretation] 

Just a necklace of two little asms ; 
words bv Phil Armstrong, music by 
Ernest R. Ball [of U. S.] [12757 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426988 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Just as I am ; anthem, words by C 

Elliott, music by R. M. Stults [of 

U. S.] ; mixed voices, 4 to. (Hymn 

anthem for mixed voices, no. 10981) 

[12758 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427752; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Just because my heart is weary-in' 
for you ; words by I. Stinnett, music 
by S. Serrill [of U. S.] [12759 

© 1 c. May 20, 1918; E 430060; 
Irby Stinnett and Sylvia Serrill, Bay 
City, Tex. 

Just half enough ; words and music 
by Mrs. H. D. Fast [of U. S.] [12760 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426960; Luella Miller Fast, Macki- 
naw, 111. 

Just keep your head together ; words 

by W. Warren, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12761 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; E 427944 ; W T m. 

Warren, Aurora, 111. 

Just like dear old dad; words by O. 
L. Boucher, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington rof U. S.] [12762 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427645; 
Olen L. Boucher, Hot Springs, N. M. 

Just 'round the corner; from Just 
around the corner, words by Gus 
Kahn, music by Egbert Van Alstyne 
[of U. S.] [12*763 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427297: Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



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12782 



Just say you'll be teue ; from Some- 
where in America, words and music 
by Moreland bros. [of U. S.] Adrian, 
Mich., Moreland bros. song foundry. 
[12764 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428957; Moreland bros., Adrian, 
Mich. 

Just you and me; from The grass 
widow, fox-trot, by Hirsch, played 
by Victor Arden [of U. S.], assisted 
by W. E. D. [of U. S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, E19193) [12765 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428849 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Juvenile memoeies ; waltz, by Bert. R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. 118, no. 4; 
piano. (When spring comes, no. 
15211) [12766 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427743; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Kaisee Bill ; words by Mrs. E. Stetina, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12767 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918: E 427641; 

Mrs. E. Stetina, New York 

Kaisee Bill will not be theee ; two- 
step, words and music by H. E. Hum- 
phreys [of U. S.] [12768 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 427390; Harry Ellsworth Hum- 
phreys, Zanesville, O. 

Kaisee Bill, you'll get youe fill ; 

words by R. L. Dolly, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12769 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429444; 

Russell L. Dolly, Siebert, Md. 

Kaisee (the) will be wisee when 
the Yankees take Beelin ; words 
by L. Leslie and George H. Kelley, 
music by L. Leslie [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, G. H. Kelley. [12770 
© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428653 ; L. Leslie, Chicago. 

Kaisee's (The) boast ; words by G. W. 
Myers and W. M. O' Sullivan, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12771 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429046; 
George W. Myers & W. M. O'Sullivan, 
Chicago. 

Kaisee's (The) doom; words by T. 

Jones, music by T. Jones and Henri 

Klickmann [of U. S.] [12772 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2c. July 20, 1918 ; 

E 428745 ; Tom Jones, Austell, Ga. 



Kaisee's (The) deeam ; words by M. F. 

Childs, music bv E. S. S. Huutington 

[of U. S.] [12773 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427646; 

Mary F. Childs, New York. 

words by W. A. Byers, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12774 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428803; William A. Byers, 
Mack, Minn. 

Kaisee's (The) goat; words by F. D. 
Hoyt, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12775 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429471; 
Fred D. Hoyt, Hayward, Cal. 
Kaisee's (The) lament; words by 
Mrs. D. Fogleman, music- by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [12776 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427947 ; Mrs. 
Dono Fogleman, Saginaw, Mich. 
Kaleidoscope; twelve short pieces, by 
Eugene Goossc-ns [of England] op. 
18; piano. [12777 

© June 24, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 421259 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 
Keep 'em goin' ; jazz fox trot, by Har- 
old Ivers [of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. 
[12778 
© Apr. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427366 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

military band. 4to. 

[12779 
© Apr. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427382 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Keep old Libfp.ty's light still buen- 
ing ; words by L. A. Boss, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12780 

© Aug. 12, 1918 ; E 429369 ; Lewis 
A. Boss, Augusta, N. J. 
Keep the home fiees burning, till 
the boys come home; medley, one- 
step, intro. Tim Rooney's at the 
fightin', by Ivor Novello, arr. by Tom 
Clark [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [12781 
© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 427069 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Keep the love-spark burning in your 
heart ; words by Arthur J. Lamb, 
music by A. Solman [of U. S.] 

[12782 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 427523 : Alfred Solman, New York. 



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Keep the lovelight burning bright; 
words by B. C. Boswell and Cornilla 
Roach, music by B. C. Boswell [of 
U. S.] [12783 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1918; E 422087; 
Bessie Chiles Boswell, Boston. 

Keep the old flag flying; words by 
C. Davis, music arr. by Otto Merz 
[of U. S.] Pittsburgh, Pa., Liberty 
music co. [12784 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429266 ; Cliff Davis, Pittsburgh. 

Keep your head down, Fritzie boy; 
intro. We stopped them at the 
Marne, one-step or two-step, by Gitz 
Rice [of Canada] ; orch. 4to. 

[12785 
© Aug. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 429405 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Keep your thoughts right, dearie; 
words by Z. C. Hagood and Fannie 
Isitt Crampton, music by Z. C. 
Hagood [of U. S.] [12786 

© 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427165; 
Zoula Cockerill Hagood, Glendale, 
Cal. 

Kentucky dream ; waltz, by S. R. 

Henry and D. Onivas [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [12787 

© 1 c. July 11, 1918; E 428820; 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Kentucky Lou; words and music by 
H. H. Petz [of U. S.] Jeannette, 
Pa., Keystone pub. co. [12788 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426986 ; Harry H. Petz, Jeannette, 
Pa. 

Khaki boy ; words and music by E. G. 

Blagdon [of U. S.] [12789 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 

E 428982 ; Emily G. Blagdon, Somer- 

ville, Mass. 

Khaki (The) boys of freedom; 

words and music by F. S. Ankrom 

[of U. S.] [12790 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429467; 

Francis S. Ankrom, Douglas, Ariz. 

Khaki (The) boys of the U. S. A.; 

words by J. J. Jones, music by E. S 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12791 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426570; 

James J. Jones, Guymon, Okl. 



Khaki (The) clad heroes; words by 
A. MacKintosh, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [12792 

© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428798 ; Alexander MacKin- 
tosh, Moy Gravesend, Canada. 

Khaki clad soldier lad of the U. S. 
A. ; words by M. E. Lyons, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12793 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429250 ; Miss M. E. Lyons, Morris- 
town, Tenn. 

Khaki, gray and soldier blue ; words 

and melody by E. G. Black [of U. S.] 

[12794 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427802; 

Elizabeth G. Black, Brooklyn. 

Khaki or blue; in Little Miss 1918, 
words by Alfred Parker and Law- 
rence Wright, music by L. Wright 
[of England] [12795 

© July 1, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 421258; Lawrence Wright music 
co., London. 

Kicking the Kaiser around; words 

by Howard Johnson, melodv by 

Harry Jentes [of U. S.] [12796 

© 1 c. July 6, 1918 ; E 427000 ; Leo 

Feist, inc., New York. 

Kid (The) has gone to war; words 
by Mrs. J. N. Stotelmeyer, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12797 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429475; 
Mrs. J. Newton Stotelmeyer, Boons- 
boro, Ind. 

Kiddie songs ; words by various au- 
thors, selected and set to music by 
John C. Walling [of U. S.] [12798 
© July 19. 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
19.18; E 42SS30; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Kilties' (The) march; part song, 
words by Minna Irving, music by 
Kenneth M. Murchison [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Part-son^s for 
mixed voices, no. 13282) [12799 

© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 427542 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Kind (The) of a girl I mean; from 
Marry in haste ; words by Anna Nich- 
ols and Fiske O'Hara, music by 
George H. Gartlan [of U. S.] [12S00 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429096 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



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12818 



King Kysibumbang and Queen Bedi- 
bedang; words and music by A. H. 
Tremblay [of Canada] [12801 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427305; 
Alfred Henry Tremblay, Quebec, 
Canada. 

Kiss (The) ; words by Ruth Fitch, 
music by Alexander Mac Fadyen 
[of U. S.] [12802 

© July 25, 1918; 2 c. July 27, 
1918; E 428925; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Kiss me ; from Going up, by Louis A. 
Hirsch, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; hotel orch. in A flat. 4to. 
[12803 
© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 427510 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

waltz, from Going up, intro. If 

you look in her eyes, by Louis A. 
Hirsch, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of U. 
S.] ; military band. 4to. [12804 
© Mar. 25, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 427373 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Kiss me again ; waltz, by Victor Her- 
bert, arr. by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. 4to. [12805 

© May 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427376 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

K-K-K-Katy; fox trot, by Geoffrey 
O'Hara [of U. S.] ; band. 24mo. 

[12806 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 427506 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Kreutzer (R.) 40 studies or caprices 
(Etudes ou caprices) ; by R. Kreut- 
zer, ed. by W. E. Tuddenham [of 
Great Britain] ; violin. (Edition 
Lafleur, no. 1) [12807 

© July 25, 1918; 1 c. July 27, 
1918 ; E 421425 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Land (The) of Lafayette; words by 
A. D. Gash, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12808 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427932; 
Abram Dale Gash, Chicago. 



Land (The) of liberty; words and 
music by J. Tafte [of U. S.] 8vo. 
[12809 
© 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 
1918 ; E 428881 ; John Tafte, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 

Land of mine; march, by J. G. Mac- 
Dermid [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[12810 

© June 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 

E 428439; James G. MacDermid, 

Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Land of the golden-bod; words and 
music by M. P. Bee [of U. S.] 

[12811 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427661; 
May Pearl Bee, Wabash, Ind. 

Land of the U. S. A. ; words and music 

by S. Leslie [of U. S.], arr. by Thos. 

Confer [of U. S.] [12812 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427807; 

Suzanne Leslie, Chicago. 

Langey (Otto) ; Pastorale; by O. 

Langey [of U. S.] ; orch. (Music for 

the photoplay, no. 9) [12813 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 

E 427540 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Larks on the wing; love sing, words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Rudolf 
Friml [of U. S.] ; high voice. Lon- 
don, Winthrop Rogers. [12814 
© May 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 430042; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Larry of the 5th brigade; words by 
C. J. Kincaid, music by Everett J. 
Evans [of U. S.] [12815 

© Feb. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426977; Carrie J. Kincaid, De 
Witt, Mich. 

Last (The) call; words and music by 
M. Hartmann [of U. S.] [12816 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918 ; E 428841 ; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 
Last (The) good bye; words by M. 
Gunsolus, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12817 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429055; 
Marcia Gunsolus, Chicago. 
Launch the life boats ; words and 
music by Franklin Edson Belden 
[of U. S.] (In Morning enquirer.) 
[12818 
© July 13. 1918; 2 c. Julv 15, 
1918 ; E 427195 ; F. E. Belden, Battle 
Creek. [Copyright is claimed on new 
matter] 



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Lazy daddy ; fox trot, by D. J. La 
Rocca, Larry Shields and Henry Ra- 
sas [of U. S.] ; piano. [12819 
© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 4300S5; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Lazy eyes ; by Ruth Bingaman [of 
U. S.], arr. by J. Santos [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [12820 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428879; Thos. Goggan & 
bros., San Antonio. 

Lead on, America ; words and music 

by Jean Gebhart [of U. S.] [12821 

© July 16, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 

1918; E 428724; Bell music CO., 

Pittsburgh. 

Lead us O Father ; hymn anthem, 
words by W. H. Burleigh, music by 
J. Truman Wolcott [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Hymn anthem for 
mixed voices, no. 10995). [12822 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427750; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Left all alone ; words by George E. 
Alesse. music by Angelo Pulvant [of 
U. S.] [12823 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1918 ; E 430021 ; Liberty music pub. 
co., Buffalo. 

Left, right to victory; words and 

melody by O. M. Bennett [of U. S.] 

[12824 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 428718; 

Oscar Maillard Bennett, Berkeley, 

Gal. 

Legend (A) ; duet, by H. J. Taylor [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. (Five miniature 
duets, no. 4) [12825 

© June 21, 1918; 1 c. July 22, 
1918; E 421399: Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Legend (A) of Wicklow ; words by 
Franklin Pierce Carrigan, music by 
Agnes Clune Quinlan [of U. S.] 
(Irish songs, no. 15352) [12826 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427700; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Lemare ( — ) Andantino; by Lemare, 
transcribed by Godfrey, played by 
Andrei Kmita [of U. S.] (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls, J 19215) 

[12827 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428356; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



Lend a helping hand; hymn, words 
and music by I. E. Reynolds [of 
U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of Texas. 
Seventeenth annual encampment 
program) [12828 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 42X707: Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Lend them a hand: words by B. Gold- 
stein, melody by O. Schasberger [of 
U. S.] [12829 

© 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427530; 
Barney Goldstein and otto Schas- 
berger, New York. 

Lesson (A) ix French; words and 
music by J. Kerley [of U. S.] [12830 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918: E 428738; 
Jane Kerley. New York. 

Lessons in rhythm; by John Mokreja 

[of U. S.] 29 p. fol. [12S31 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 

aff. July 31, 1918 ; A 503003 ; Clayton 

F. Summy co., Chicago, 

Let our Uncle Sam be; words by J. 

Fry, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

I of U. S.] [12832 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427250; 

John Fry, Lowell, Ariz. 

Let's be Johnny on the spot; words 

by E. Peckham, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12S33 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918: E 429476; 

Edna Peckham, Chicago. 

Let's get where we're going; words 

by J. P. Callan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12834 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426549; 

Jas. P. Callan, Providence, R. I. 

Let's go, boys, let's go ; words by R. 
E. Porter, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111.. North 
American music pub. co. [12835 

© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428791; R. E. Porter. Philadelphia. 

Let's go, let's go : words by R. T. 

Evers, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12836 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427268; 

Raymond T. Evers, Holmes, Pa. 

Let us a i.i. shout Wilson and 
hurrah : words and music by A. M. 
Huinason [of U. S.] [12837 

© July 13. 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 
E 428746; Amanda Mae Humason, 
St. Paul. 



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LET US ALL TAKE A CRACK AT THE 

Kaiser; words by G. G. Hill, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[12838 
© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428814; G. G. Hill, Wilmington, 
Del. 

Let us build a little nest ; from Head 
over heels, words by J. Kern and 
Edgar Allan Woolf [of U. S.], music 
by Jerome Kern. [12839 

© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 427186; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
lyric] 

Letter (A) to daddy and you; words 

by C. H. Kirk, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12840 

© July 15, 1918 ; E 426584 ; C. H. 

Kirk, Homer City, Pa. 

Letter (A) to mother; words by M. 

Cann, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12841 

© July 26, 1918 ; E 427667 ; Mabel 

Cann, Mt. Vernon, Wash. 

Letter (A) to Sammy; words by M. 
Rachow, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12842 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427616; 
Mabel Rachow, Toledo, O. 

Levee (the) worker's ball; words 

and music by T. Hearon [of TJ. S.], 

arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[12S43 

© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428932; 

Thomas Hearon, Brooklyn. 

Levenson (Charles) Twelve recrea- 
tions ; by famous masters, comp. and 
arr. by C. Levenson [of U. S.] ; sec- 
ond violin part rev. by David Robin- 
son [of U. S.] ; two violins. [12844 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427906; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on com- 
pilation, arrangement and revision] 

Liberty bell it's time to ring again ; 
fox-trot, by Mohr, played by Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] ; in B flat. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls, X 101013) 
[12845 
© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427152; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

Liberty (the) boys are coming; 
words and melody by G. Lyons, Bob 
Yosco and Lawrence Yosco [of U. S.], 
arr. by G. Lyons. [12846 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427225; 
George Lyons, Newark, N. J. 



Liberty day; march, by J. S. Zamec- 
nik [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [12847 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 427862 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Liberty, dear liberty ; words by Rob- 
ert N. Ogden, music by Arthur Olaf 
Andersen [of U .S.] [12848 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427127; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Liberty for all; march, by Alfred 

Francis [of TJ. S.] ; piano. [12849 

© Aug. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 

E 430082 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 

inc., New York. 

L.I.B.E.R.T.Y. is Uncle Sam ; words and 
melody by J. Tomlinson [of U. S.] 

[12850 

© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428926; 

Jack Tomlinson, Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

Liberty loan ; words by W. McDavis, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[12851 
© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 428896; 
Wm. McDavis, W. Fairview, Pa. 

Liberty song ; words and music by N. 

J. Young [of U. S.] [12852 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 426996; Nicholas Jerome Young, 

Los Angeles. 

Liberty statue is looking right at 
you ; one step, intro : If I had my 
life to live over, I'd do it all over 
again, by Arthur Guy Empey, Chas. 
R. McCarron and Carey Morgan, arr. 
by Dave Kaplan [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
[12853 
© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 427325 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Liberty sweet liberty; words and 
music by H. Hopper [of U. S.] 

[12854 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427238; 
Harriet Hopper, Jersey City. 

Liberty's bugle call; words by 
Charles L. Church, music by A. L. 
Church [of U. S.] Schenectady, N. 
Y., Charles L. Church. [12855 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429106; Alice L. Church, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 

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Lietuviskos dainos ; dviem balsam 
sutaise' Petrausku Mikas [of Russia, 
domiciled at Boston] Boston. Isleido 
Lietuvhi muzikos konservatorija. 
4to. (V sasiuvinys) [12856 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430048 ; Mikas Petrauskas, Boston. 

Life is just a dream; words by N. P. 
Marella, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12857 
© 1 c. July 15. 191S; E 412727.1 ; 
Nicholas P. Marella, Philadelphia. 

Light and life songs, no. 3 ; for Sun- 
day-schools, social worship, camp 
meetings and revival services; V» r il- 
liara Brewster Olmstead, [of U. S.] 
editor, Chicago, 111., W. B. Rose 
[1918] ; 224 p. 8 vo. [12858 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c and aff. Aug. 
9, 1918 ; A 503050 ; William Brewster 
Rose, Chicago. 

Light of light; anthem, words by 
Benjamin Schmolck, music by W. 
Berwald [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
4to. (Sacred music for men's voices, 
no. 1099S) [12859 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427759; Theo. Presser, co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Light's glittering morn ; anthem for 
Easter, words tr. from the Latin by 
J. M. Neale, music by Herbert 
Sanders [of Great Britain! ; organ, 
mixed voices. 4to. (Popular ed. 
series, no. 174) [12860 

© June 26, 1918; 1 c. July 15, 
1918; E 421372; Woodward & co., 
London. 

Lilac domino; valse, from The Lilac 
domino, by Charles Cuvillier [of 
England], arr. by Herman Darewski 
[of England] ; piano. London, B. 
Feldman & co. [12861 

© June 18, 1918 ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421363 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Same. 

© July 10, 1918; 1 c. July 12, 
1918; E 421415; B. Feldman & co. 
& Herman Darewski music pub. co., 
London. 

Lillies (The) of France; words and 
music by Alan McDougall [pseud of 
A. Fawcett, of U. S.] Chicago, Mc- 
Mullin-Ince music pub. co. [12863 
© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427351; E. G. luce and Andrew 
Fawcett, Chicago. 



Lillies (The) of France C 

Same. [ 12S64 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918; E 427209; McMullin-Ince mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

Lincoln. America is calling; words 

by B. Perkins, music by J. E. Andino 

[of U. S.] [12865 

© 1 c. July 20. 191S; E 427455; 

Bessie Perkins, Willimantic, Conn. 

Lining up in France; patriotic song 

and chorus, words and music by H. 
A. Grover [of U. S.] 4to. [12S66 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 : 
E 427336; Hiram A. Grover, Bidwell, 
O. 

Listen to de lambs. See Negro folk- 
songs. 

Listen to the chimes of Trinity; 
words and music by Frank Gillen 
[of U. S.], arr. by Theo. Bendix mu- 
sical bureau [of U. S.] [12867 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429014: 
Thomas Hearon, Brooklyn. 

Liszt (FFvAnz) 2 polonaises; de Fr. 
Liszt, rev. par S. Riera [of France] ; 
piano a deux mains. (Edition clas- 
sique A. Durand et fils, no. 9585) 
Contents : Premiere polonaise. — 
Deuxieme polonaise. [12868 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421489; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Litany (A) of intercession ; words by 
Herbert H. Gowen, music by Adam 
Jardine [of U. S.] 12mo. [12869 
© Aug. 5, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918; 
E 429272; Parish press, Ft. Wayne, 
Ind. 

Little Belgian baby ; lullaby, words 

and music by E. M. Gibbs [of U. S.] 

[12S70 

© 1 c. July 25, 191S ; E 429322 : 

Edith May Gibbs, New York. 

Little Belgium, Uncle Sammie's with 
you too; words and arr. of music by 
J. S. Birge, melody by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [12871 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427119; 
John S. Birge, Little Rock, Ark. 

Little (A) birch canoe and you; 

words by J. Will Callahan, music by 

L. S. Roberts [of U. S.] [12S72 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c Aug. 5, 1918 ; 

E 429236; Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 



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no. S, 1918 



12891 



Little bkown baby ; words by Phil 
Armstrong, music by Karolyn Wells 
Bassett [of U. S.] [12873 

© July 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 428842; Harold Flammer, inc., 
New York. 

Little Camp-fire girls ; words by Jes- 
sica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spauld- 
ing [of U. S.] ; pf. six hands, words 
ad lib. (Three friends favorite 
pianforte compositions for six hands, 
no. 15361) [12874 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427680; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little classic dance ; by W. Berwald 
[of U. S.] : piano. (When school's 
out, no. 15310) [12875 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427736; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little dancee ; by John Alden Car- 
penter [of U. S.] ; piano. [12876 
© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3. 
191S; E 429174; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Little (The) German lie; words by 
Mrs. J. N. Stotelmeyer, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [12877 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429469; 
Mrs. J. Newton Stotelmeyer, Boons- 
boro, Ind. 

Little (The) girl I met in Iowa; 
words by O. M. Lee, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[12878 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428795 ; Orella Maude Lee, 
Grinned, Iowa. 
Little girly-girl; words by James 
Whitcomb Riley, music by Linn 
Seller [of U. S.] op. 14, no. 2 ; high. 
[12879 
© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918; E 429172; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 
Little Indian ; by John Alden Car- 
penter [of U. S.] ; piano. [12880 
© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918; E 429173; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 
Little Jack Horner; humorous glee, 
by Alfred J. Caldicott [of U. S.] ; 
male voices. 4to. (Modern series, 
no. 148.) [12881 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429072 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 



Little Lady Loo; words and music 
by L. E. Se Rine [of U. S.] [12882 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427663: 
L. Evans Se Rine, White, S. D. 

Little mascot; three step, by John 

S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[12883 

© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14. 

1918 ; E 429391 ; Sam Fox pub. co„ 

Cleveland. 

Little pieces for little people; by 
Lena Wheeler Chambers [of U. S.]': 
piano. [12884 

© July 13, 1918; 2 c. July 16. 
1918 ; E 428683 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

Little sweetheart good-bye; words 

and music by N. P. Chew [of U. S.]. 

arr. by George Caldwell [of U. S.] 

[12885 

© 1 c. June 14, 1918 ; E 427014 : 

Nathan P. Chew, Dallas. 

Lively (A) waltz ; by W. Berwald 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (When school's 
out, no. 15309). [128SC 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26. 
191S; E 427737; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 

Lizza Jane; words by M. Johnson. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12887 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427443; 

Myrtle Johnson, Baltimore. 

Lonely (The) rider; by Theodora 
Dutton [of U. S.] ; piano. (Three- 
tone-pictures of medium difficulty. > 
[12888 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429275; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Lonesome eyes ; by K. Dalgaard [of 
Denmark, domiciled at Atlantic 
City, N. J.] ; melody with piano 
ace. [12889 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 429284: 
Knud Dalgaard, Atlantic City. 

Long Beach by the sea ; words and 
music by U. Kitchen [of U. S.], arr. 
by Geo. Hill. [12890 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 : 
E 427212; Ula Kitchen, Riverside, 
Cal. 

Longing for my home ; words by L. H. 
Strabley, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [12891 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429044: 
L. H. Strabley, Iowa City, la. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



, Look (The) ; words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by Alice Reber Fish [of U. 
S.] : high. [12S92 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429179; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Look out Mister Bocheman ; words 
by N. Jones, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12393 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 42657S; 
Nevada Jones, East Liverpool, 0. 

Lord (The) is my Shepheku ; duet, 
words from Psalm 23, music by 
Charles Gilbert Spross [of U. S.] ; 
organ or piano, sop. and bar. 

[12894 
© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918; E 428728; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Lord (The) of heaven ; words by Ar- 
thur Symons, music by Cecil For- 
syth [of U. S.] 1. Violoncello solo. 
2. Song with piano ace. 

[12S95, 12896 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 2, 
1918 : E 427884, 427S85 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 

Lord (The) reigneth. He ts clothed 
with majesty; anthem for festival 
or general use, words from the Scrip- 
tures, music by R. M. Stults [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices; organ. 4to. (An- 
thems for mixed voices, no. 109S0) 
[12897 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427751; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lorraine; song, by Fisher, played by 
Victor Ardeu [of U. S.] ; in G 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, 
XI 01 064) [12898 

© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428865 : American piano CO., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Lorsque le temps d'amoub a fui. Sec 
Massenet (Jules Emile Frecleric) 

Love: words by T. C. E. Sand, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12899 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 42902S; 

Thos. C. E. Sand, Pittsburgh. 

Love every Sammy soldier lad ; words 

by H. A. Michael, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [12900 

© 1 c. July 26, 191S; E 427630; 

Herman A. Michael, Rencon, N. M. 



Love in absence; words by Alice Fos- 
ter, music by Fay Foster [of U. S.] ; 
medium or low voice, in E. [12901 
© June 14, 1918; 2 c. June 15, 
1918; E 426534; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transposition.] 

Love in the firelight; words by L\ 
<). Carpenter, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of V. S.] [12902 

© 1 c. July 26. 1918; E 427656; 
Bingie Olds Carpenter, Juneau, 
Alaska. 

Love is the gift of God; words by 
Joan Barrett-Davis, music by Doro- 
thy Forster [of England] ; in B flat. 
[12903 
© July 16, 1918; 1 c. Julv 17, 
1918; E 421366; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Love, let the dream come true ; song 
by Charles E. Dancv [of U. S.] 

[12904 
© June 12. 1918 : 2 c. July 26. 1918 ; 
E 427732: Theo. Presser co.. Phila- 
delphia. 

Love me again : words and music by 
W. Schueler [of U. S.] [12905 

© 1 c. July 8, 191S; E 427042; 
Waldemar Schueler, Milwaukee. 

Love (The) of auld lang syne; words 
by Edward Warde, music by Cramer 
Suckley [of England] Blackpool, 
H. Sharpies & sons, ltd. [12906 

© July 22, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 421443 : E. Osborne & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Love (A) rosary; words and music by 
Lois Lucile Junk [of U. S.] Con- 
tents : — Love's rosary. — Yearnings. — 
Faithfulness. [12907 

© July 6, 191S ; 2 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 427292; Henry Grobe, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Love's ox the high road; words by 
Dana Bin-net, music by Alice Reber 
Fish [of U. S.] : high. [12908 

© July 27. 1918 : 2 e. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429181 : G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Love song; from the Sketch hook, by 
Ethelbert Nevin, op. 2, no. 3. tran- 
scribed by Edward Shippen Barnes 
[of U. S.] ; organ. [12909 

© Aug. 5, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918; 
E 430008 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion] 



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no. 8, 1918 



12927 



Love still lingers in my heaet ; 

words and music by J. Atkinson [of 

Canada] [12910 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 

E 427570 ; John Atkinson, Chicago. 

Love (The) teail. See The golden 
butterfly. 

Love's old way; words by E. Cox, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [12911 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427607; 

Ella Cox. Magnolia, N. C. 

Love's pleading; words by C. Norton, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [12912 

© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 4287S1; Charles Norton, Carmel, 
Cal. 

Love's eeveeie ; words by M. R. Glas- 
gow, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [12913 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429443; 
Mary R. Glasgow, Omaha, Neb. 

Love's eosaey. See Love rosary. 

Love's telegeaph ; words by V. Motter, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.J [12914 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429022; 

Vail Motter, Washington. 

Loving time; a season that's always 
here, words by P. Haims, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12915 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426574; 
Philip Haims, Cleveland. 

Luck be with you, soldiee boy ; words 
and music by D. M. Franz [of U. S.] 
Kansas City, Mo., Ege & Heard. 

[12916 
© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 27; 
1918 ; E 428922 ; Delsa Marie Franz, 
Independence, Mo. 
Lullaby; by Mary Helen Brown [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [12917 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427734; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

from Jocelyn, three-part song, 

words tr. by M. J. Barnett, music by 
Benjamin Godard, arr. by Danforth 
Simonton [of U. S.] ; women's voices, 
with violin ad. lib. 4to. - [12918 

© June 4, 1918 ; 2 c. June 14, 1918 ; 
E 426542 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Lullaby — Continued. 

text by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, 

music by Walter J. Goodell [of U. S.] 
[12919 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 
E 428822; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

words and music by L. M. Crockett 

[of U. S.] [12920 

© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. May 22, 1918 ; 
E 427829 ; Lulu M. Crockett ; Walla 
Walla, Wash. 

words by O. E. Rowbotham, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[12921 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; E 429482 ; O. 
E. Rowbotham, Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich. 

See also Godard (Benjamin Louis 

Paul) 

M. M. A. cadets ; two-step-march, bv C. 
E. Smith [of U. S.] ; piano. [12922 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427501; Charles Edward Smith, 
Milwaukee. 

M. M. I. ; march, by N. M. Aldrich [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [12923 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427105 ; Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Ma jeunesse; poesie de Helerie Vaca- 

resco, musique de Reynaldo Hahn 

[of France] ; chant et piano. [12924 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 421486 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 

MacDowell (Edwaed Alexander) 
Witches dance (Hexentanz) ; by E. 
A. MacDowell, op. 17, no. 2, rev. and 
annotated by C. v. Sternberg [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [12925 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 427329 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotation] 

Made in Germany 1914 ; words by A. 

Larson, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12926 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427655; 

Axel Larson, Duluth, Minn. 

Made in the U. S. A. ; words and mu- 
sic by John Brinton [i. e., John Brin- 
ton Whitehead of U. S.] [12927 
© 1 c. July IS, 1918; E 427394; 
John B. Whitehead, New York. 



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Madelon ; words and melody by I. 
Weill and B. C. Weill [of U. S.] 

[1292S 
© 1 c. July 29, 191S; E 427S23; 
Irma Weill and Blanche C. Weill, 
San Francisco. 

Mademoiselle Antoinette; dance, by 
N. Neto [of Italy, domiciled at Cin- 
cinnati] ; hand, sc. [12929 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427190; 
Natale Neto, Calabria. Italy. 

Magic (The) of your eyes: waltz, by 
Penn, played by Muriel Pollack and 
Victor Arden [of U.S.] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, G 19174) [12930 
© Jan. 20. 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
K 42SSG7 ; American piano CO., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis; by A. 

C. Gore-Sellon [of U. S.] ; organ ace, 
in D. 4to. (Church music review, 
no. 481) [12931 

© July 24, 1918 ; 2 c. .July 25, 191 S ; 
E 428S98 ; H. W. Cray CO., New York. 

Maiden's (The) prayer; by Badar- 
zewska, played by Felix Gerdts [of 
U. S.] (Rvthmodik record music 
rolls, G 12173) [12932 

© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427129; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

Make peace in Berlin : words by C. H. 
Packard, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [12933 

© 1 c. July 25, 191S; E 42SS93 ; 
Cyrenus Henrv Packard, Sioux City, 
la. 

Make your motheb pkoxjd oe yojj; 

words by L. L. Foster, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 1 12934 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427427; 

Lawrence L. Foster. Ft. Screvens, 



Mama, where is para, tell me why 
he don't come home ; words and mu- 
sic by A. II. Wood [of U. S.] [12935 
© July 24. 1918 ; 2 c. .luly 29. 1918 ; 
E 428911 ; Arthur H. Wood, Detroit. 

Mamma, dear. I've come FBOM heaven ; 
words and melody by J. W. Berger, 
arr. by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [12930 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427408; 
John W. Berger, Wakefield, N. Y. 



Man (The) behind the gun; words 
by John Keevan, music by E. For- 
tunate [of U. S.] [12987 
© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428682; 
Eugenio Fortunate, Philadelphia. 

Man of mine; words and music by H. 

H. Monroe [of U. S.] | 12038 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427518; 

Harry H. Monroe, Colorado Springs, 

Col. 

Man (The) of the hour; words by 
G. Goff, music by Artie Bowers [of 
U. S.] [12939 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; E 427987; 
Grace Goff, Rochester, N. Y. 

Man (The) who rides the plow; 

words by AY. J. Rosencrans, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12940 

© 1 c. July 13, 191S; E 42S6G3 ; 

Win. J. Rosencrans, Fort Ten-;. . X. Y. 

Mandy Lou ; words and music by V. 

Hazelle [of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. 

Alford [of U. S.J 112941 

© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 428659; 

Verne Hazelle. Hannibal, Mo. 

Manolita ; meditation, Filipino love 
song, words by George T. Shoens, mu- 
sic by F. Ylejay [of Philippines] ; 
voice and piano, violin obbl. [12942 
© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 427321; 
Francisco Ylejay, Malinao, Philip- 
pines. 

Man's destiny; words by H. M. Hope- 
well, music by Mrs. Norton Jamison 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, Cal.. Henry 
M. Hopewell pub. co. [12943 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429237; Henry M. Hopewell, Te- 
kamah, Neb. 

March along : or. We'll wait for the 
home-coming day. words and music 
by C. 11. Eppelsheimer, jr. [of U. 
S.] Philadelphia, A. H. Rosewic. 

r 12944 
© July 24, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427555; C. H. Eppelsheimer, 
jr., Philadelphia. 

Mabch oe the dwarfs. See Greig 
(Edvard Hagerup). 

March on, Americans : American Mar- 
seillaise, words by Grace McKinley, 
melody by Mabel McKinley | of U. 
S.] 112945 

© 1 c. July 2, 1918 ; E 42GSS0 ; Leo 
Feist, inc. New York. 



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no. 8. 1918 



12902 



March right along, boys, don't get 
weak ; words by F. Kardell, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[12946 
© l c. June 15, 1918; E 426569; 
Fred. Kardell, Dallas, Canada. 

March-slurrioso ; trombone intermez- 
zo, by Geo. Rosenkrans [of U. S.] ; 
band. 4to. [12947 

© June 20, 1918 ; 2 c July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428454; J. G. Richards co., Cleve- 
land. 

Marche religtoso ; intro. Cujus ani- 
mam from Stabat Mater, by Rossini, 
arr. by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. 
(Impressions in tone, no. 15251) 

[12948 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427697; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Marching on Berlin ; words by M. F. 

Sullivan, music by Viola B. New- 

meyer [of U. S.] [12949 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428673; 

Mortimer F. Sullivan, Denver. 

Marching song; words and music by 
David Donald [of U. S.] [12950 

© Feb. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427927; Clark pub. co., Holyoke, 
Mass. [Copyright is claimed on sec- 
ond and third verses] 

Marching through Georgia. See 
Griffes (Charles T.) Six patriotic 
songs. 

Marching with Pershing; words by 
C. L. Dewey, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [12951 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427639; 
Claribel L. Dewey, Lynden, Wash. 

Marigolds; words by Archibald Sulli- 
van, music by Agnes Mary Lang [of 
England] ; no. 2 in B flat. [12952 
© July 12, 1918 ; 1 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 421392 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Marine italienne ; de A. Perilhou [of 
France] ; piano. (Deux composi- 
tions pour piano, no. 1) [12953 
© July 3, 1918 : 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 4214S2; Heugel et cie., Paris. 
Marratne (La) de L'escouade; ope- 
rette en 3 actes, paroles de Mouezy, 
. Eon et Daveillans [of France], musi- 
que de H. Moreau-Febvre [of France] . 
[12954 
© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
i D 19S59; Societe generale theat-rale 
et d'editions, Paris. 



Marraine (La) de L'escouade — Con. 

valse tiree de l'operette de Mm. 

Mouezy, Eon et Daveillans, musique 
de Moreau-Febvre, arr. par Andre 1 
Colomb [of France] ; piano. [12955 

© Feb. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 421385 ; Societe generale theatrale 
et d'editions, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Marsala mia ; mazurka, arr. by Vin- 
cent Spadea [of U. S.] ; clarinet solo. 
[12956 
© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 427403 ; V. Spadea, New York. 

di Alberto Rizzi [of Italy, 

domiciled at New York] ; mand., vio- 
lino or clarinetto. [12957 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427067; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

Marseillaise (La) canadienne; pa- 
roles par G. Deshaies [et] Chant na- 
tional franchise ; par Rouget De 
Lisle, arr. par J. A. Contant [of 
U. S.] [12958 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 427998; Philias Champagne, 
Nashua, N. H. 

Martha. See Flo tow (Friedrich von) 

Martial (The) spirit; words by H. 

Biot, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [12959 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427255; 

Henry Biot, Pacific City, Wash. 

Mary, the girl that I love ; words by 
Violet Marie Carroll, music by Mary 
Catherine Taylor [of U. S.] [12960 
© July 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427605 ; Taylor and Carroll, Provi- 
dence. 

Mascots (The) of the sea; words by 
Mrs. W. Clements, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [12961 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427471; 
Mrs. W. Clements, New Orleans. 

Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) Air 
d'Ariane (Ah le cruel) ; a l'opera 
Ariane, poeme de Catulle Mendes, 
musique de J. Massenet [of France] ; 
chant et melodie. 4to. (La Ruche 
musicale populaire, no. 12S6) 

[12962 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421463 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 



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Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) — 
Continued. 

Aragonaise; from the ballet Le 

cia (El cid dragonesa) ; by J. Masse- 
net, ed., phrased and fingered by 
Felix Fox [of U. S.] ; in G ; piano. 

[12963 
© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429373 ; Jos. W. Stern & CO., New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing and lingering.] 

■ Lorsque le temps d'amour a tin ; 

a 1'opera Don Quichotte, poeme de 
Henri Cain d'apres Le Lorrain, melo- 
die de J. Massenet [of France] 4to. 
(La Ruche musicale populaire, no. 
1291) [12964 

© July 3. 191S ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421464 ; Heugel et cie., Paris. 

Oh si les fleurs avaient des yeux 

[et] Pitchounette ; seul, par J. Mas- 
senet, arr. par Heugel [of France] ; 
violin. 4to. (Selecta, no. 112) 

[1296o 
© July 3, 3918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1913 ; 
E 421467; Heugel et cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Roi (Le) de Lahore ; opera en cinq 

actes de J. Massenet, arr. par Emile 
Tavan [of France] ; piano, violon et 
violoncelle, contrebasse ad lib. 
(L'opera concertant, cinquieme serie, 
no. 30) [12966 

© July 3. 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421479 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. ] 

Spring memories ; elegie, by Mas- 
senet, arr. by M. Halperin [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (No. IS, grade 2C) [12967 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426SS6; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Mavourneen ; I called you, words by 
Katherin Ward, music by Arthur 
Ketteridge [of U. S.] ; medium voice. 
[12968 
© July 26, 1918; 2 c. July 29. 
1918 ; E 427810 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

May (A) rurden; part-song, words by 
Francis Thompson, music by S. 
Gregory Ould [of England] ; female 
voices. 4to. (Part songs, no. 96.) 
[12969 
© Feb. 27, 1918; 1 c. July 23, 
1918 ; E 421410 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 



May dreams; romance, by Gaston 

Borch [of U. S.] ; orch. [12970 

© Juno 15, 1918; 2 c. July 24, 

1918; E 427588; Belwin, Inc., New 

York. 

May the flags of the Allies wave 
forever; words by K. J. Colonna, 
music l)\ k. s. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] 1 121)71 

© 1 c July 26. 1918; E 427636; 
E. J. Colonna, Denison, Tex. 

Mazurka ; by Cecil Burleigh [of U. S.] 
op. 14, no. 5 ; violin and piano. ( Five 
sketches, no. 5.) [12972 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, litis ; 
E 429183; <i. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Me and my gal in old Mizzou; words 
and music by E. P.. Hutchison [of 
U. S. | Los Angeles, Cal., Edw. L. 
Ballenger music pub. co. N [12973 
© June 15, 1918: 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 428831; Ethel Browning 
Hutchison, Delano. Cal. 

Meadow (The) ; by Cecil Burleigh [of 
U. S.] op. 14, no. 4; violin and piano. 
(Five sketches, no. 4.) [12974 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 4291S4; G. Schirmer, inc., New- 
York. 

Meadow bkook ; by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 103, no. 2; 
piano. (Seven recreative studies, 
no. II) [12975 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429197; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Meditation. See Indian Wail [and] 

Meditation. 

Medley of war songs ; arr. by Chas. J. 
Rockwell [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[12976 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 8, 1918; 

E 426997 ; B. O. Marsh. Decorah, la. 

Meet me in Berlin : words and music 
by Lyn Udall [pseud, of J. H. Keat- 
ing, of U. S.] [12977 
© 1 c. Aim. 12, litis : E 429347; 

John Henry Keating, Portland, Or. 

Melodie in F ; arr. by Henrv Weber 
[of U. S.l ; piano. [12978 

© July 20. I91S: 2 c. July 25, 
191S; E 42S907; Willis music co. ? 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on simplified arrangement] 



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12996 



Melody boy ; words and hielody by C. 

S. Finnev [of U. S.], arr. by Jean 

Walz [of U. S.] [12979 

© 1 c. June 29, 1918 ; E 42S600 ; 

Charlie S. Finney, Chicago. 

Melody in F. See Rubinstein (Anton 
Gregorovitch) 

Melody of love : a new flower song, by 
M. Halperin [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[12980 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426884; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Memories : by Charles Huerter [of TJ. 

S.] ; piano. [12981 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 427009 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

words by Mrs. C. J. Rule, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [12982 
© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428589; 
Mrs. C. J. Rule, Fort Dodge, la. 

■ words by G. A. Coulson, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of IT. S.] 

[12983 
© 1 c. Aug. 14. 1918; E 429455; 
George Alfred Coulson. Vancouver, 
Canada. 

Memories of days gone by; words by 

L. F. Greenwood, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [129S4 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427416; 

Lulu F. Greenwood, E. Auburn, Cal. 

Memories of home; fantasia on the 
opera Halka, by Moniuszko, arr. by 
Levine and Wolf [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Brooklyn, P. Wolf. [12985 

© June 24, 1918; 2 c. June 25, 
1918; E 426867; Levine and Wolf, 
Brooklyn. 

Memory (A) ; words and music by L. 

H. Rathbone [of U. S.] [129S6 

© Mar. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. June 29, 1918 ; 

E 426872; Laura Harney Rathbone, 

Kenilworth, 111. 

Memory book. See Battling. 

Memory's rose ; words by Herbert J. 
Brandon, music by Charles Huerter 
[of U. S.] [12987 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429170; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Confidence; song with- 
out words no. 4, by F. Mendelssohn, 
arr. by Otto Ebel [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Simplified classics, no. 22) [129SS 

805 



Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 

wig Felix) — Continued. 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 428756 ; Chandler-Ebel music CO., 

Brooklyn. 
Consolation ; song without words 

no 9, by Mendelssohn, arr. by Otto 

Ebel [of U. S.]; piano. (Simplified 

classics, no. 21) [12989 

© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 

1918 : E 428757 ; Chandler-Ebel music 

co., Brooklyn. 

Menuet a la coitr ; by Louis Victor 
Saar [of U. S.] op. 84, no. 2 ; piano. 
(Two dances, no. 2) [12990 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429175 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Me-ow ; one-step, by Mel B. Kaufman 
[of U. S.], arr. by J. S. Zamecnik [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [12991 

© July 6. 1918 ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 427861; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Message (A) ; by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 103, no. 6; 
piano. (Seven recreative studies, 
no. vi) [12992 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429200; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

violin and piano. [12993 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429177; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Method for the Boehm flute ; [by] 
Henry Altes. New and rev. ed. [by 
Gustave Saenger, of U. S.] 1 p. 1., 
xi, 3-87 p. illus. fol. [12994 

© May 28, 1918: 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aff. July 29, 1918; A 501468; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

Metodo teorico-practico de lectura 
musical ; por Juan Menozzi, rev. y 
ed. por Julian Carrillo [of Mexico] 
(Library of musical classics, v. S43) 
[12995 
© July 17, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 427517; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edi- 
torial revision and new matter] 

Mi Teresita ; by Teresa Carreno. 
transcribed by Arthur Hartmann [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. (Master- 
pieces' for the violin with piano ac- 
companiment, no. 15156) [12996 
© June 12, 191S; 2 c. July 26. 
1918; E 427720; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcription] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Midgets ; by Louis Adolphe Coerne [of 
U. S.] op. 103, no. 7; piano. (Seven 
recreative studies, no. vn) [12007 
© July 27. 1018 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429106; G. Schirruer, inc., New 
York. 

Million (A) Yankee Doodles over 
theee ; words by Mary Lackeye 
Jackson, music by F. D. Bingham 
[of U. S.] [12008 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427846; 
Florence Dale Bingham, Cleveland. 

Mine eyes have seen the glory; 
American battle hymn, words by 
Julia Ward Howe, music by H. W. 
Davies [of England] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. 8vo. (Curwen's edition, 
41074) [12000 

© May 24, 1018; 1 c. July 23. 
1918; E 42140G: H. Walford Davies, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
organ accompaniment] 

Minuet in ancient style ; intro. Men- 
net a l'antique by Paderewski, arr. 
by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. 
(Impressions in tone, no. 15285) 

[13000 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1018; E 427695; Tbeo. Presser CO., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Minuet in G. Sec Beetboven (Lud- 
wig van) 

MfNUETTO ANTICO E MUSETTA J by PiOtrO 

A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. Svo. 
(Twelve divertimenti, no. 5) [13001 
© Aug. 5, 1018 ; 2 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; 
E 427020; j. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Mirage (Le) ; by Arthur Emil Ube [of 

U. S.] : violin and piano. [13002 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14. 
191S: E 4293S7; Preitkopf & Hartel, 
inc., New York. 

Mishaps of a marionette; intro. Fu- 
neral march of a marionette by Ch. 
Gounod, arr. by Walter Rolfe [of 
U. S. | ; pf. ( impressions in tone, no 
15286) [13003 

© June 12, 1018: 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427690; Tbeo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyrighl is claimed 
on arrangement] 
Miss Liberty : words by T. Malloy, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 
[13004 
© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1018 ; E 427956 ; T. 
Malloy, New York. 



Miss Liberty, we hear you calling; 
words by Esther M. Lambert, music 
by G. S. Lambert [of U. S.] Buffalo, 
N. Y., Buffalo music pub. co. [13005 

© July 20, 1018 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1018 ; 

E 42S0G0; Geo. S. Lambert, Buffalo. 

Miss Liberty, y'ou're calling me; 

words by H. L. Hankins, melody and 

arr. by J. B. Young [of U. S.] [13006 

© 1 c. July 26, 1018; E 427611; 
Howard L. Hankins, Richmond. 

Missa pro defunctis ; by Eugene Wal- 
kiewicz [of Poland, domiciled at .Mil- 
waukee] ; mixed voices. 4to. [13007 
© July 1, 1018 ; 2 c. June 28. 1018; 
E 427037; John Singenberger, St. 
Francis, Wis. 

Missouri (The) waltz; arr. by Fred- 
eric Knight Logan [of U. S.] 1. Or- 
gan. — 2. B fiat cornet and piano. — 
3. Cello and piano. — 4. Piano duet. 
[13008-13011 
© Aug. 3, 1018 ; 2 c. each Aug. 5, 
1918 ; E 420212-420214, 420216 ; For- 
ster music publisher, inc., Chicago. 

Same. 1. Trio for violin, cello 

and piano. — 2. Violin solo with piano 
ace. [13012, 13013 

© Aug. 3, 1018 ; 2 c. each Aug. 5, 
1018 ; E 420211, 420215 ; Forster mu- 
sic publisher, inc., Chicago. 
Mr. Alphabet's holiday ; a boy's 
dream, words and music by Cecil For- 
syth [of England, domiciled at New 
York] ; male voices. 4to. (Part 
songs for male voices, no. 4524) 

[13014 
© Aug. 5, 1018 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1018 ; 
E 427020; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 
Mister Moon, I am on to you; words 
and melody by J. M. Morrissey [of 
England, domiciled at San Fran- 
cisco] arr. by Patrick William 
D'Arcy [of U. S.] [13015 

© 1 c. July 15, 1018; E 427207; 
James McKenzie Morrissey, San 
Francisco. 
Mr. Pau-Puk-Keewis ; ffora Tabs, 
words by Ronald Jeans, music by 
Ivor Novello [of England] [13016 
© June 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421355; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew. ltd.. London. 
Moirbevan ; words by Cyril Renard, 
music by II. Attwood [of England] 
[13017 
© July 22, 1018 ; 1 c. July 31, 101S ; 
E 421444: H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
Blackpool. 



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Mojinks (The) ; words and music by 
A. Crossman Marsh [of U. S.] 

[13018 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429082; Alfred C. Marsh, Cincin- 
nati. 
Moment (A) of farewell; words by 
Julian Sturgis, music by C. Hubert 
H. Parry [of England) (English 
lyrics, tenth set, no. 3) [13019 

© July 22, 1918 ; 1 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 421420 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Mosna Vanna ; drame lyrique en 
quatre actes de Henry Fevrier, arr. 
par Emile Tavan [of Prance] ; piano, 
violon et violoncelle, contrebasse et 
harmonium ad lib. (L'opera concer- 
tant, cinquienie serie, no. 28) [13020 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421481; Heugel et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mood pensive ; by Eva Applefield [of 
U. S.], arr. by J. S. Zamecnik [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Library orchestra 
edition, no. 50) [13021 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 427S58; Sam Fox pub co., Cleve- 
land. 

Moods ; valse sentimental e, by Fred E. 
Holly, arr. by Ronchi-Zavaloni [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [13022 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429271; Edw. Schuberth & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Moonland ; from the musical comedy 
Somewhere in America, words and 
music by Moreland brothers [of U. 
S.] Adrian, Mich., Moreland bros. 
song foundry. [13023 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S953; Moreland bros.. Adrian. 
Mich. 

Moonshine. See Declining day. 

Moke love to Thee, O Cheist: hymn 
anthem, words by Elizabeth B. Pren- 
tiss, music by Daniel Protheroe [of 
U. S] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Anthem for mixed voices, no. 
13275) [13024 

© July 16. 191S ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 427541 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Morning : part-song, words bv V. C. 
Taylor, music by J. W. Lerman [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Part songs 
for mixed voices, no. 10983) [13025 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 28, 
1918; E 427755; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



Moreis dance; duet, by H. J. Taylor 
[of Great Britain] ; pf. (Five minia- 
ture duets, no. 1) [13026 
© June 21, 1918 ; 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 421396 ; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Mother; words by L. Cunningham, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13027 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427963; 

Lola Cunningham, Topeka, Kan. 

Mother, darling, when I'm over 

there ; words by P. J. Olson, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [13028 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; E 427498 ; R. 

J. Olson, Vulcan, Canada. 

Mother, I'm going to fight for you ; 

words by J. B. Bolton, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13029 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427469; 

J. B. Bolton, Rapid City, Canada. 

Mother kissed him and let him go; 
version and music by T. S. Reime- 
stad [of U. S.] [13030 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 16, 
1918; E 42733S; Theodor S. Reime- 
stad, Minneapolis. 

Mother (The) of a soldier; words by 
E. Hurst, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13031 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429462; 
Elizabeth Hurst, Piniele, Mont. 

Mother (A) to more than her own; 
words and music by H. C. Hardley 
[of IT. S.] (Inside title: She's a 
mother to more than her own). 

[13032 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429206; H. C. Hardley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Mother's farewell; words by L. W. 
Young, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13033 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429478; 
Leroy W. Young, North Winterport, 
Me. 
Mother's (A) gift to Wilson's call; 
words by Mrs. J. Daniels, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13034 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427632; 
Mrs. Jack Daniels, Seattle. 
Mothers of America ; words and mu- 
sic by T. P. White [of U. S.] Wash- 
ington, George Edgar Johnson. 

[13035 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S960 ; T. P. White, Washington. 



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Mothers of men ; one-step, by Ed- 
wards, played by Donald Makay [of 
U. S.] ; in B flat. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, X1010S3) [13036 
© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428871; American piano <•<>., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Mother's (A) prayer; words by Carl 
Avery Werner, music by Gustave Fer- 
rari [of Switzerland, domiciled at 
New York] ; no. 4 in E. [13037 

© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428669; Boosey & co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revised mu- 
sic and test] 

words by Mrs. J. Abolin, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13038 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429031; 
Mrs. Jack Abolin, Oxford Depot, 
N. Y. 

Mother's (A) prayer for her sailor 
boy in blue ; words by E. A. Madden, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [13039 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427950 ; E. 
A. Madden, New Britain, Conn. 

Mother's (A) prayer for her soldier 
boy; by Wolff N. Kostakowsky [of 
U. S.] op. 43; piano. Brooklyn, Sam 
Bederson. [13040 

© July 15. 1918 ; 2 c, Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 429416 ; Nathan W. Kostakowsky, 
Brooklyn. 

Mother's (A) pride; words by M 
Fritsche. music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13041 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427619; 
Maria Fritsche, Milwaukee. 

Mournin' blues ; fox trot, by A. Sbar- 

baro [of U. S.] ; piano. [13042 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 

E 430047 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Mozakt (Wolfgang Amadeus) Trios; 
de W. A. Mozart, rev. par J. Guy Ro- 
partz [of France]; piano, violon et 
violoncelle. 2° v. (Edition classique 
A Durand et fils, no. 9518 6 ) [13043 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421487; Durand et cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 

Mulbey (Mabel V.) Two beautiful 
service songs for the home ; words by 
William H. Barter, music by M. V. 
Mulrey [of U. S.] Svo. Contents:— I 



Muluey (Mabel V'.)— Continued. 

1. Twinkle, brilliant service star. — 

2. The home with the service flag. 

[13044 
© July 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 430038; McKenzie engraving ca 
inc., Boston. 

Music of the rain-dbops; words and 

music by Al. Sweet [of U. S.] [13045 

© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 427794; Peoples music pub. co., 

Chicago. 

My all to Him ; words by John P. Rup- 

penthal, music by G. E. Vinaroff [of 

U. S.] [13046 

© June 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 

E 427307 ; J. P. Ruppenthal & G. E. 

Vinaroff, Russell, Kan. 

My America ; words by I. Lisson, mu- 
sic by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13047 
© 1 c. July 11, 1918; E 428621; 
Isadore Lisson, Syracuse, N. Y. 

My American beauty, my Rose ; words 

by E. T. Rima. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13048 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427638; 

Elizabeth T. Rima, Omaha, Neb. 

My angel; words by Stanley West, 
music by S. A. Armstrong [of Great 
Britain] [13049 

© July 10, 1918 ; 1 c. July 27, 1918 ; 
E 421429 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

My angel of the flaming cross ; 
words and music by Byron Gay [of 
f T - S.] [13050 

© Aug. 1, 191 S; 2 c. July 30, 1918; 
E 42.S931 : Sunset pub. Corp., New 
York. 

My baby soldier man; words by T. 
Edwards and A. Melville, music by 
A. Melville [of Great Britain] arr. 
by Edward E. Nukeron [of U. S.l 

[13051 
© 1 e. July 2, 1918; E 426874; 
Tom Edwards and Alice Melville, 
London. 

My boy and your boy; words bv M. A. 
Faris, music by M. A. Faris and 
Helen Bates Paris [of U. S.] [13052 
© 1 c. Aug. 5. 101S ; E 429224 ; Mel- 
ville A. Faris, Bloomington, Ind. 
My boy's in France: words and music 
by E. Watkins [of U. S.] [13053 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427986; 
Edwin "Watkins, Pittsburgh. 



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My boy went yesterday ; words by- 
Mrs. J. Fields, music by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [13054 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428442; Mrs. John Fields, Gid- 
dings, Tex. 

My colors ; words by Mrs. M. Man- 
ning, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [13055 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427461; 
Mrs. M. Manning, Twisp, Wasb. 

My comfort now ; words by L. M. An- 
dersen, music bv James William Os- 
born [of U. S.] [13056 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29. 1918 ; 
E 427773; Lulu M. Andersen, Ta- 
coma. 

My country and you ; words and mu- 
sic by H. H. Petz [of U. S.] Jean- 
nette, Pa., Keystone music co. 

[13057 
© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 191S ; 
E 428886 ; Harry H. Petz, Jeannette, 
Pa. 

My country calls ; words by Annie 
Nelson, music by Robt. H. Brennan 
[of U. S.] New York. Frank Harding. 
[13058 
© June 24, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 : 
E 427024; Annie Swanson, New 
York. 

My country I love you ; words and 

music by B. N. B. Miller [of U. S.l 

[13059 

© June 26, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 

1918; E 427772; B. N. B. Miller, 

Trenton, N. J. 

My country is calling ; words by J. F. 
Murry, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13060 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427243; 
J. F. Murry, Pawtucket, R. I. 

My country, my flag, and you ; words 

by L. I. White, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13061 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427651; 

L. I. White, Kansas, 111. 

My darling, daisy, dimpled, dearie 
- dear ; words by J. Conroy, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [13062 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429367; 

Jos. Conroy, New Orleans. 

My dear Estellow ; words by A. Ben- 
nett, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [13063 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427647; 
Adelene Bennett, Corning, N. Y. 



My Dixie; words by I. Hasley, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13064 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428767; Isabelle Hasley, 
Montreal, Canada. 

My double flag; words by H. E. 
George, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [13065 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429242 ; Helen E. George, Atlanta. 

My dream of victory; words by J. 

Olsen, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13066 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429060; 

Jennie Olsen, Chicago. 

My dreams of you; words by N. Al- 
bert and Harry N. Bradford, music 
by J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [13067 
© May 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23. 1918 ; 
E 428755; Alford pub. co., Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

My dreamy little lotus flower ; 
words by Jesse G. M. Glick, music by 
Abe Olman [of U. S.] [13068 

© July 26, 1918; 2 c. July 29, 
191S ; E 427811 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

My flag; a patriotic song, words by 
J. H. Hartenberger, music by Herin. 
M. Hahn [of U. S.] op. 32. [13069 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429223; J. H. Hartenberger, Red 
Bud, 111. 

My free United States ; words and 
music by Lillian Langdon and Mil- 
dred Manning [of U. S.], arr. by 
C. I. Bolles [of U. S.] Los Angeles, 
U. S. A. patriotic propaganda pro- 
ductions. [13070 
© July 22, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 427875; Charles I. Bolles, 
Santa Monica, Cal. 

My friends, Morris and Max ; words 
and music by Bert Kalmar, Edgar 
Leslie and Harry Ruby [of U. S.] 

[13071 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429295; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

My golden star ; words and music by 
H. Panduro [of U. S.] [13072 

© 1 c. July 9, 191S; E 428591; 
Henri Panduro, Milwaukee. 



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My gkan'ma ; words by Natalie Whit- 
tod Price, music by Phyllis Fergus 
[of U. S.] ; piano with text. [13073 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430044; Clayton F. Summy CO., 
Chicago. 

My gypsy girl; words and music by 

J. J. Wilson [of U. S.] [13074 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 427096; 

James J. Wilson, Gloversville, N. Y. 

My Hawaiian bose : words by W. 
Bolian, melody by James G. Henshel 
[of U. S.], arr. by Milton Schwarz- 

wald [of U. S.] [13075 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918; E 430027; 
Walter Bolian, Chicago. 

My heart is back in Dixie land with 
you ; words and music by Mrs. 11. R. 
Solomon [of U. S.] [1307G 

© 1 c. July 19, 1918; E 428020; 
Mrs. R. R. Solomon, Bay St. Louis, 
Miss. 
My heart is like a singing bird; 
words by Christina Rossetti, music 
by C. Hubert H. Parry [of England] 
(English lyrics, tenth set, no. 1) 

[13077 
© July 22, 1918; 1 c. July 24. 
1918 ; E 421419 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

My land; a patriotic ode, words by 
Thomas Davis and Frank W. Gun- 
saulus, music by Daniel Protheroe 
[of U. S.] ; bar. solo and cho. 4to. 

[13078 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429111 ; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 
My Lilliputian paradise : words by 
C. L. Morrison, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [13079 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 42903S ; 
Clyde L. Morrison, Martha, W. Va. 
My little dreamland flower ; words 
and music by C. Ingold [of U. S.] 

[13080 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427259; 
Clarence Ingold, Brooklyn. 

My little girl, good bye ; words by 

E. W. Hickey, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13081 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429468; 

Edward W. Hickey, Albany. 

My little Irish girl; from Marry in 
haste, words and music by Cyril Mor- 
ton Home [of U. S.] [13082 
© Aug. 2, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918; 
E 429095 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



My longings; words by Ada R. Ilr.bor- 
shon, music by Henry Barraclough 
[of England, domiciled at New York] 
[13083 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. June 19, 
1918; E 427004; Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 
My love's in the army — is yohks: 
words by J. W. Spencer, music- by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13084 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
191S; E 42S7S6; J. W. Spencer, 01- 
neyville, R. I. 
My lovens; words and music by D. 
Gray [of U. S.],arr. by Quinn's mu- 
sic bureau [of U. S.] [130S5 
© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428677; 
Dixie Gray, San Francisco. 
My lovin', dancin', slough-joot Sam; 
words by J. J. Jones, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13086 
©..1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426561; 
Jas. J. Jones, Guymon, Okl. 
My man came home to-day; words and 
music by J. Smith [of U. S.] [13087 
© 1 c. June 26, 1918; E 427036; 
Julia Smith, Boston. 
My mem'ry of you, little sweet- 
heart, will keep up my spirits in 
France; a sentimental war song 
with march time, words and music 
by F. W. Christianson [of U. S.] 

[13088 
© Aus. 3. 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 4279S9 ; F. W. Christianson, Min- 
neapolis. 
My mind's made up to marry Caro- 
lina : fox-trot, by Cowen, played by 
Ted Eastwood [of U. S.] : in E flat. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls. 
N101173.) [130S9 

© Feb. 20, 191S; 2 c. July 13. 
1918; E 42SSG9; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

My mother's love ; words by B. M. 
Waples, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [13090 

© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 428661; 
Bertha M. Waples, Alexandria. Mo 
My mother's ma; a modern, grand- 
mother, words by Natalie W bitted 
Price, music by Phyllis Fergus [of 
U. S.] ; piano with text. [13091 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430043; Clayton F. Summy co.. 
Chicago. 



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My native land, adieu ; words and 
music by J. A. Mulligan [of Canada] 
Philadelphia, Pa., Dudley T. Limer- 
ick. [13092 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918 ; E 421438 ; James A. Mulligan, 
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. 

My native land, my country grand, 
my U. S. A. ; words by E. Bauni- 
berger, music by W. Morris and E. 
Baumberger [of IT. S.] [13093 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918 ; E 426994 ; Wm. 
Morris and Emil Baumberger, De- 
troit. 

My old gal Caroline ; words and mu- 
sic by J. W. Dick [of U. S.] [13094 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429085; John W. Dick, Yonkers, 
N. Y. 

My paradise ; words by Harry D. Kerr, 
music by J. S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] ; 
high in G. [13095 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 427867 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

My PLEDGE, I SHALL STAND by our land 
to eternity; words by J. Keirn 
Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball 
[of U. S.] [13096 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426989 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

My rainbow girl ; fox-trot, intro. Ali- 
mony blues, from My rainbow girl, 
by Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by T. M. 
Taylor [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Military 
band. 2. Full orch. [13097, 1309S 
© Apr. 23, 1918; 2 c. each July 
18, 1918 ; E 427364, 427365 ; M. Wit- 
mark & sons, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

My religion ; hymn, words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Henry P. Morton 
[of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of Texas. 
Seventeenth annual encampment pro- 
gram.) [13099 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428708; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

My reverie; words by William H. 
Baker, music by Charles Huerter [of 
TJ. S.] [13100 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427719; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

My sailor boy ; words and music by G. 
Strickland [of U. S.] [13101 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429395; 
Gertrude Strickland. Los Angeles. 



My sailor boy — Continued. 

words and music by M. Fulton [of 

U. S.] [13102 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918; E 428445; 

Marguerite Fulton, Indian Rocks, 

Fla. 

My Santa Cruz ; words and music by 
F. A. Thole [of U. S.] [13103 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430056; 
Frank A. Thole, Santa Cruz, Cal. 

My service flag ; words and music by 

F. C. Brewer [of U. S.] [13104 

© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 427529 ; Florence Carleton Brewer, 

Los Angeles. 

My shadow ; words by Robert Louis 
Stevenson, from A child's garden of 
verses, music by Norah Bianey [of 
Great Britain] [13105 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 421390; Chapped & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

My shattered dreams ; words by S. 

Provost, music by J. E. Andino [of 

U. S.] [13106 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429024; 

Selma Provost, New York. 

My soldier boy ; words and melody by 
M. Hurry [of U. S.] [13107 

© 1 c. June 28, 1918; E 427027; 
Mary Murry, St. Louis. 

words and music by Henry A. 

Dienst [of U. S.] [13108 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426980; Jos. Krolage music co., 
Cincinnati. 

words and music by I. V. Hollen- 

beck [of U. S.] Scranton, Pa., Whit- 
more music pub. co. [13109 
© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 427349; I V. Hollenbeck, Way- 
mart, Pa. 

words by E. C. Miller, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13110 
© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428771 ; Edith Cora Miller, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 

My soldier boy is marching away; 
words and music by J. C. Allardyce 
[of Great Britain, domiciled at San 
Francisco] [13111 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430059; 
John C. Allardyce, San Francisco. 



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My soldier boy sweetheart; words by 
J. Allen Cooke, music by M. Ferrer 
[of U. B.] Newark, N. J., Cooke & 
Malool music pub. co. [13112 

© July 22, 1918 : 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427533 ; Monsita Ferrer, New York. 
My soldier son; words by E. M, Gil- 
more, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U.S.] [13113 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; E 4279G1 ; 
Elizabeth M. Gilmore, Des Moines. 

My sunshine Jane; waltz, intro. You 
brought Ireland right over to me, 
by Ernest R. Ball, arr. by T. M. Tay- 
lor [of U. S.] ; full band. 4to. 

[13114 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427354 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

My sweet American Rose ; words by 
A. Melville and T. Edwards, music 
by A. Melville [of England], arr. by O. 
G. Brinkmeier [of U. S.] [13115 
© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428675; 
Alice Melville and Tom Edwards. 
London. 

My sweetheart; words by W. Rankin, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [13116 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429064; 

"William Rankin, Milwaukee. 

My sweetheart soldier boy ; words by 
L. Rossiter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13117 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427933; 
Luella Rossiter, Senecaville, Ohio. 

Mystic chimes (Cloches mystiques) ; 
by Georges Clerbois [of U. S.] op. 2, 
no. 1 ; piano. [13118 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429163; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

K. O. N. A. ; a history of a resolution, 

Annotated and melodized bv Anno 

[of U. S.] ' [13119 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427825; 

H. F. Jeffs, Brooklyn. 

Na eozloucenotj pochod; farewell 

inarch, by Y. Vlach, arr. by A. Grill 

[of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [13120 

© June 28, 1918 : 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 

E 426930; Jos. Jiran, Chicago. 

Name (The) Ttjscania still goes on; 
words by L. Spangler, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chi.ci.-o. 111., 
North American music pub. co 

[13121 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428807; Lloyd Spangler, 
Cerra Gordo, 111. 



Nation's (A) calling; words by F. 

Dunstan, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [13122 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430053; 

Fred Dunstan, Mt. Holly, N. J. 

National evolution and reincarna- 
tion ; words by F. Wotink, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13123 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918 ; E 426545 ; 
Fred Wotink, Chicago. 

Navy (The) boys of the U. S. A.; 

words by O. B. Read, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13124 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429446; 

Ozia Banks Read, Clarks, La. 

'Neath the autumn moon ; by Fred- 
erick M. Vanderpool, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkans [of U. S.] ; military band. 
4to. [13125 

© June 28, 1918; 1 c. July 18, 
1918, 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 42S9S5 ; 
M. Witmark & sons. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

'Neath the Red, White and Blue; 
words by R. G. Scott, music by Frank 
W. Ford [of U. S.] [13126 

© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 427478; Richard G. Scott, 
Tillamook, Or. 

'Neath the shadow ; a prayer, words 
and music by A. B. McKay [of U. S.] 
St. Louis, Shattinger piano & music 
co. [13127 

© June 30, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 427094 ; Anna Barron McKay. Uni- 
versity City, Mo. 

'Neath the stars and the stripes of 
Old Glory; words and music by G. 
H. Madin and H. H. Vanderhoof [of 
U. S.] [1312S 

© 1 c. July 23, 1918; E 428S36; 
Geo. H. Madin and Herbert H. Van- 
derhoof, San Francisco. 

Negro folk-songs : spirituals, recorded 
and annotated by Natalie Curtis Bur- 
lin [of U. S.] 4to. (Hampton series, 
bk. 2, no. 6726) Contents :— 'Tis me, 
O Lord.— -Listen to de lambs.— O 
ev'ry time I feel de Spirit.— God's 
a-gwine ter move all de troubles 
away. [13129 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427183; G. Scbirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
cording, compilation, and editing 
with explanatory introductory mat- 
ter] 



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13146 



Never; words by Eleanor Gregsten 
Thompson, music by C. Lagourgue 
[of France, domiciled at Chicago] 
Chicago, Patria music pub. co. 

[13130 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427808; Charles Lagourgue, Chi- 
cago. 

Never lag behind; words by E. K. 
Jones, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, North American 
music pub. co. [13131 

© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428804 ; E. K. Jones, Phila- 
delphia. 

Never — summer ; ripple, by A. McAuley 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Estes Park, Col., 
The Yores. [13132 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. July 5, 1918; 
E 426958; Alberta McAuley, Estes 
Park, Colo. 

New theoretic and practical violin 
method ; [by] K. Huber, [ed. by Gus- 
tave Saenger, of U. S.] pt. L Eng- 
lish and Hungarian text, English 
translation by Frederick H. Martens. 
3 p. 1., 5-93 p. illus. fol. [13133 
© Feb. 27, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918; aff. July 29, 1918; A 501469; 
Carl Fischer, New York. 

News boy Mike. See Battling. 

Nicola e Rosalina; duetto, versi di 
Tony Ferrazzano, musica di E. Lo- 
pinto [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; canto e mandolino. New 
York, Societa libraria Italiana. 

[13134 
© Aug. 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 430071; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Night. See Declining day. 

Night (A) in Venice; by Dorothy V. 

Crammond [of U. S.] op. S; piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [13135 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10. 1918 ; 

E 427077 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

No name waltz ; bv Charles N. Hill- 
man ana W. C. Handy [of U. S.] ; 
pin no. [13136 

© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427792 ; Pace & Handy music co., 
Chicago. 

No question is ever settled uxtil it 

is settled right ; words and music 

by D. La Grove [of U. S.] [13137 

© July 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29. 191S ; 

E 430037 ; Daniel La Grove. Chicago. 



Nobody loves you like Jesus ; hymn, 
words by Alfred Barratt, music by 
Henry P. Morton [of U. S.] (In 
B. Y. P. IT. of Texas. Seventeenth 
annual encampment program) 

[13138 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428696; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Nobody's licked the Yankees yet; 

words and music by A. F. Way [of 

U. S.] [13139 

© July 26. 191S : 2 c. Aug. 8. 1918 ; 

E 427996 ; A. F. Way co., Boston. 

Nocturne uomantique ; by C. W. Kern 

[of U. S.] op. 363, piano. Boston, 

Evans music co. [13140 

© July 19. 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 427490 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Nollet (E.) Fifteen melodious studies 
(15 etudes melodiques) ; by E. Nol- 
let, op. 43, ed. by Edwin Hughes [of 
U. S.] ; piano. Library of musical 
classics, v. 1375) [13141 

© July 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 428679 ; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision, editing and fingering] 

Nona : waltz, by F. W. Vandersloot [of 
U. S.'], arr. by Frank E. Barrv [of 
IT. S.] ; full band. 4to. [13142 

© July 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 427203 ; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Norse legend ; by Frank Bridge [of 

England] ; violin and piano. [13143 

© June 14, 1918 ; 1 c. July 18, 1918 ; 

E 421381; Winthrop Rogers, ltd., 

London. 

Not for this world ; hymn, words and 
music by H. Lillenas [of Norway, 
domiciled at Auburn, 111.] [13144 
© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. June 29, 1918 ; 
E 426S20; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn. 
111. 

NOW GET YOUR PASS TO BERLIN ; WOrdS 

by R. A. Thompson, music bv E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13145 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 427437; 
R. A. Thompson, Lynchburg, Va. 
Now the day is over ; chorus, words by 
S. Baring-Gould, music by Arthur B. 
Targett [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 504) 
r 13146 

© July 26, 191S; 2 c. July 27, 
191S: E 428921; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



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NOW THERE ISN'T ANY KAISER ANT 

more; one step or trot, words by 
Ross Kiner, music b v .T. J. Frederick 
[of U. S.] [13147 

© July 27, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427568; J. J. Frederick, 
Prophetstown, 111. 

Now we're going to get you, Kaiser 

Bill; words by L. A. Boss, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [13148 

© 1 c. July 17, 191 «: E 427331; 

Lewis A. Boss, Augusta, N. J. 

Nut-cracker. See Tschaikowsky 
(Peter Iljitch) 

O dry those tears ; duet, words and 
music by Teresa del Riego [of Great 
Britain] [13149 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429340 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

O ev'ry time I feel de Spirit. See 
Negro folk-songs. 

O FONTE QUE ESTAS CHORANDO (Ye 

springs that are rippling) ; Brazilian 
folksong, melody collected by Elea- 
nor Hague, ace. arr. by J. de Zielin- 
ski [of U. S.] [13150 

© July 1. 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426893 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

O it's Bill, Bill, murderer Bill; 

words and music by P. M. Helms [of 

U. S.] [13151 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427005: 

Perley M. Helms, Moriah, N. Y. 

O LAND OF HOPE AND FREEDOM ; WOrdS 

bv Wm. H. Gardner, music by George 
Lowell Tracy [of U. S.] [13152 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3. 1918 ; 
E 429080 ; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

O Mary, virgin ever blest (O sainte 
Mere de mon Dieu) ; chorus, English 
version by Theodore Baker, music 
by Paul Lndmirault, ed. by Frank 
Damrosch [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
harmonium or organ ace. (8vo 
choruses, no. 6685) [13153 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427907; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision, editing and translation] 

O mother dear ; words by I. McAllister, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13154 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 427422; 

Irene McAllister, Parnassus, Pa. 



O THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME; WOrdS 

and music by Charles G. Comegys 
[of U. S.] [13155 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428901; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

O you old Red White and Blue; 

words and music by O. P. Larsen 

[of U. S.] [13156 

© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 426945; 

Olof P. Larsen, Squirrel, Id. 

Ocean breezes; polka, by Edward B. 
Llewellyn [of U. S.] ; cornet in B 
flat, piano ace. [13157 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429334; Dixie music house, inc., 
Chicago. 

O'er hill and stream ; scherzo, by 
Matilee Loeb-Evans [of U. S.] ; piano. 
[13158 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427713; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

O'er vacant chairs our tears are fast 
falling; words by B. E. Swaney, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [13159 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426550; 
Boyd E. Swaney, Nokomis, 111. 

O'er waiting harpstrings. See Chris- 
tian science hymns. 

Off to war; words by J. A. Bentley, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13160 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918 ; E 427622 ; J. 

Archie Bentley, New York. 

Off we go to France; words by 
Louise Tipton Weaver, music by J. 
S. Sweet [of U. S.] Santa Rosa. Cal., 
J. S. Sweet pub. co. [13161 

© July 4, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427870; James S. Sweet, Santa 
Rosa, Cal. 

Oh bury me not in the dark deep sea ; 

words by Mrs. J. A. Brown, melody 

by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [13162 

© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428590; 

Airs. J. A. Brown, Farmville, Va. 

Oh Caroline; words by I'. L. Murphy, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago. 111., North American music 
pub. co. [13163 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 42SS08 ; P. L. Murphy, Now Phila- 
delphia, O. 



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13182 



Oh ! Frenchy ; words by Sam Ehrlich, 
music by Con Conrad [of U. S.] 

[13164 
© May 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428874; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

Oh gentle Presence. See Christian 
science hymns. 

Oh Germany it is over the sea after 
you we will be (signed uncle 
Sammy) ; words and arr. by Mrs. J. 
Albright, music by Lenore Wolf Al- 
bright [of U. S.] [13165 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 429280; 
Mrs. John Albright, Sumas, Wash. 

OH HOW I HATE TO GET UP IN THE MORN- 
ING ; words and music by Irving Ber- 
lin [of U. S.] [13166 
© July 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 27, 1918 ; 
E 427839 ; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Oh, let me fly; words and music by 
H. Bright [pseud, of Imogene G. 
Eaman, of U. S.] [13167 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428465; Honor Bright music co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Oh liberty ; words and music by H. B. 

Edwards [of U. S.] [13168 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 

E 426959 ; H. B. Edwards, Highland 

Park, 111. 

Oh Mister Birdman ; words and music 

by B. R. Fike [of U. S.] [13169 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 

E 428647; Bertha Iteade Fike, San 

Antonio. 

• Oh ! mother dear : words and melody 

by C. P. Idler [of U. S.] [13170 

© 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427166; 

Charles Pollock Idler, Atlantic City. 

Oh si les fleurs avaient des yeux. 
See Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 

Oh tell me, dear, is love with you 
still dwelling ; words by S. E. Crit- 
ser, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [13171 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427446; 
Sarah E. Critser, Sullivan, 111. 

Oh Uncle Sam, man of the hour; 
words by E. B. Zanen, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[13172 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1918 ; 
E 429249 ; Emily Bennett Zanen, Chi- 
cago. 



Oh what an oilcan she turned out 
to be ; words by J. Davis, melody by 
Al Haase [of U. S.] [13173 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 427040; 
Joseph M. Davis and Alfred L. 
Haase, New York. 

Oh won't the eagle scream ; words 
by Bertha S. Tiffany, music by Ber- 
nice A. Wiseman [of U. S.] [13174 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427260; 
Wiseman & Tiffany, Ellensburg, 
Wash. 

OH ! YOU DARKTOWN REGIMENTAL BAND ; 

words and melody by M. Pinkard 
[of U. S.] [13175 

© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 427293; 
Maceo Pinkard, New York. 

Oh you rookie ; words and melody by 
M. Thompson and J. Fink [of U. S.l 
[13176 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429366; 
Moe Thompson and Johnny Fink, 
Minneapolis. 
Oh, you U-boat; words and music by 
H. Bright [pseud, of Imogene G. 
Eaman, of U. S.] [13177 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428463; Honor Bright music co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Ohio song; words by C. Ostermayer, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 
[13178 
© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427497; 
Carolyn Ostermayer, Zanesville, O. 

O-l-d G-l-o-r-y ; words by B. G. Fowles, 
music by M. C. Smith [of U. S.], arr. 
by Gladys G. Powers [of U. S.l 

[13179 
© 1 c. June 28, 1918 ; E 427563 ; 
Birdie G. Fowles and Mabel C. 
Smith, Green Bay, Wis. 

Old Glory ; words by R. M. McLaurin, 

music by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13180 

© 1 c. July 19, 1918; E 428934; 

Rosa Mitchell McLaurin. Livingston, 

Ala. 

Old Glory and permanent peace; 

words and music by J. Barhite [of 

U. S.] 4to. [13181 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 30, 1918 ; 
E 429406; Jared Barhite, Long 
Island City, N. Y. 

Old Glory's calling her boys ; words 

by J. A. Young, music by A. J. Tan- 

tis of U. S.] [13182 

© June 17, 1918 ; 2 c. June 18, 1918 : 

E 4271 7S ; John A. Young, New York. 



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Old Glory will be flying when the 
Kaiser is dead ; words by Mrs. A. D. 
Miller, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [131S3 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Julv 22, 191S ; 
E 428812 ; Mrs. A. D. Miller, Greens- 
burg, Pa. 

Old Glory's boys; words by M. Hig- 

gins, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13184 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429472; 

Maud Fliggins, Fairbury, Neb. 

Old Glory's call; words by Mrs. H. 
L. Mooney, music by E. S* S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13185 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426567; 
Mrs. Huel L. Mooney, Pendleton, Or. 

Old Glory's liberty boys; words and 
music by C. Pearson [of U. S.J, an*, 
by Louis Acolia [of Italy, domiciled 
at New York] [131S6 

© 1 c. July 16. 1918; E 428816; 
Charles Pearson, New York. 

Old (An) Grand army man ; by Harry 
de Costa, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus 
[of U. S.] ; vocal orch., in G. 4to. 

[13187 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 42750S ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement] 

words and music by Harry De 

Costa [of U. S.] [13188 

© July 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 42S633 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Old (The) home and mother; words 
and music by R. P. Arnold [of U. S.] 
[13189 
© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427535; R. Paul Arnold, Indian- 
apolis. 

Old hundred. See A. B. C. feature 
photoplay edition. 

Old (The) Red. White and Blue; 
words and music by C. H 
[of U. S.] 

© July 15. 1918 ; 2 c. Julv 20. 1918 ; 

E 427813; Chas. H. Gabriel, I 

Old (An) song: words by Thomas S. 

Jones, jr., music by Emma Jean 

Davidson [of U. S.] ; contralto voice. 

[13191 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Julv 16, 1918 ; 

E 427303; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 



Omaggio a Pietro ; overture, by P. 
Frosini [of T T . S. | ; armonica. (Edi- 
tion for armonica. no. 66) [13192 
© July 29. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918; 
E 428951; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O 

On and on; galop-march, by Geo. Dud- 
ley Martin [of U. S.] 1. Piano solo. 
2. Piano duet. [13193,13104 

©June 12. 1018; 2 c. each J 
101 s ; E 427710, 427711 ; Theo. Pres- 
ser co., Philadelphia. 

On. on, on; words and music by J. H 
Morrison [or U. S.], arr. by Charles 
Albert [of U. S.] [13195 

© 1 c. July 23. 1918; E 
James II. Morrison, San Francisco. 

On the battle-fields in France; 
words by L. L. Foster, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13196 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 427426; 
Lawrence L. Foster, Ft. Screvens, 
Ga. 

On the rattlefields of France; 
words and music by J. Path [of 
U. S.] [13197 

© 1 c. Au-. 2, 1918 : E 42781 

Path. Now York. 

On the fields of Franc;:; a toast, 

words by Geo. M. Mayo, music bv J. 

S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] [13198 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427856; 

Sam Fox pub. co.. Cleveland. 

On the level you're a little devil, 
but I'll soon make an angel of 
you; from Passing show of 1918. 
words by Joe Young, music by Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.] [13199 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 
E 428997; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

On the old gray nag, I'll follow the 
flag ; words and music by F. Holland 
[of U. S.] [13200 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Julv 5. 1918 ; 
E 426936 ; Frank Holland, Indianap- 
olis. 

On the old home track : words and 
music by W. Ludluin [of U. S.] 

[13201 
© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1018; E 429019; 
Win. Ludlum, Mi. Vernon, N. Y. 
On the quarter deck : march, by Ken- 
neth J. Alford [of England] ; piano. 
[13202 
© June 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Julv 27. 1018 ; 
E 421431 : Hawkes & son, London. 



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13219 



On the road ; words by Frank L. Stan- 
ton, music by Alice Reber Fish [of 
U. S.] ; high. [13203 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429182; G. Schirnier, inc., New 
York. 

On the road to home sweet home ; 
song, by Kahn, played by Andrei 
Kmita [of U. S.] ; in G. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, X101234) [13204 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428863 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

On the road to spank the Kaisek ; 

words bv Ida A. Parker, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13205 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427939 ; A. 

Parker, Kansas City, Mo. 

On the schoolgrotjnds ; by Cecil Bur- 
leigh [of U. S.] op. 14, no. 2; violin 
and piano. (Five sketches, no. n) 
[13206 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429186; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

On the shores of U. S. A. ; words by J. 
A. Miller, music by Leo Friedman [of 
IT. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13207 
© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428796; Jacob A. Miller, Grant- 
ville, Pa. 

On the trail of the submarine; 
words by M. Harrington, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13208 
© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428774 ; Mildred Harrington, Spo- 
kane, Wash. 

On the way, the U. S. A. ; words and 
music by E. K. Thomas [of U. S.] 

[13209 
© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427481 ; E. K. Thomas, Mechanic- 
ville, N. Y. 

On to Berlin ; words and music by 

Mrs. C. J. Wallace [of U. S.] [13210 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429364; 

Mrs. C. Jaquins Wallace, Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa. 

words and music by E. H. Shep- 

pard [of U. S.] [13211 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427943; 

Ernest H. Sheppard, Okmulgee, Okl. 



On to Berlin — Continued. 

words and music by F. S. Wana- 

maker [of U. S.] Columbus, O., 

Snow music co. [13212 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 : 

E 428961 ; Fannie Snow Wanamaker, 

Columbus, O. 

On to Paragon ; march, by P. Frosini 
[of U. S.] ; armonica. (Edition for 
armonica, no. 68) [13213 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428975; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

On with the Red cross. See We're 
from the U. S. A. 

Onaway awake beloved ; words by H. 
W. Longfellow, music by S. Cole- 
ridge Taylor [of England] op. 30 ; in 
D flat. [13214 

© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 9, 1918 : 
E 421331 ; Novello & co., London. 

Once upon a time; selection, arr. by 
Lester Brockton [of U. S.] ; military 
band, 4to. [13215 

© May 21, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427359 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

■ on melodies from Chauncey 

Olcott's new play, arr. by Lester 
Brockton [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[13216 
© June 14, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 42738S ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

One day nearer home ; words by A. W. 
Payne, music by E. M. Roth [of U. 
S.] [13217 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427556; Elton Menno Roth, St. 
Paul. 

One dream of you; words by Helen 
Taylor, music by Oliver de Gerd6 [of 
England] ; in E flat. Toronto, An- 
glo-Canadian music co. [13218 
© June 24, 1918: 1 c. June 17, 
1918 ; E 421369 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

One silent night of late ; words by 
Herri ck, music by C. Hubert H. 
Parry [of England] (English ly- 
rics, tenth set, no. 6) [13219 
© July 22, 191S; 1 c. July 24. 
191S; E 421423; Novello & ear., ltd.. 
London. 



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pt. m, n. s., v. 13 



Only a soldier's dream; words and 
arr. of melody by E. B. Waterhouse, 
[of U. S.], melody by Lutber A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [13220 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427975; 
Ester B. Waterhouse, Sturgis, S. D. 

Only love makes us young ; words by 
R. Urban, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13221 
© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 429123 ; Holland Urban, Cleveland. 

Only to see her once more ; words and 
melody by R. Jones [of U. S.] 8vo. 
Chicago, Rubenstein Jones & co. 

[13222 
© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 42S919; Rubenstein Jones, Chi- 
cago. 

Only you in dreams ; words by Kath- 
leen McAvoy, music by W. R. Dm per 
[of Canada], arr. by A. W. Hughes 
[of Canada] ; with violin obbl. 

[13223 
© July IS, 191S ; 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 121394; W. R. Draper, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Onward; words and music by M. A. 
Boughton [of U. S.] [13224 

© 1 c. July 16, 1918; E 428684; 
Martha A. Boughton, Brooklyn. 

Onward Christian soldiers. See A. 

B. C. feature photoplay edition. 
Operatic medley; words and melody 

by William Tracey [of U. S.], arr. 

by Jack Earley [of U. S.] [13225 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427219; 

Hewins & Young, New York. 

Others ; words by General Booth, mu- 
sic by Herbert Sanders [of Great 
Britain] 8vo. (Evangel series, no. 1) 
[13226 
© July 17, 1918 ; 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 421374 ; Woodward & co., London. 
Our airships will go sailing o'er the 
sea ; words by J. W. Tenney, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub co. 

[13227 
© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 42S787 ; J. W. Tenney, Santa Cruz, 
Cal. 

Our boys ; words and music by H. M. 
Halm [of U. S.] op. 39; medium 
voice. [13228 

© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428657; Herman Michael Hahn, 
Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



Our boys — Continued. 

words and music by M. A. Raf- 

ferty [of U. S.], arr. by Walter God- 
ell [of U. S.] [13229 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427232; 
Mary A. Rafferty, Chicago. 

words by E. W. Shore, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13230 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427966; 
Eva W. Shore, Los Angeles. 

Our boys across the ocean ; words and 
music by A. G. Lindsay [of U. S.] 

[13231 
1 c. July 1, 1918; E 428448; Anna 
G. Lindsay, Tonopah, Nev. 

Our boys are everywhere; words by 
A. O. Foster, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13232 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427970; 
A. O. Foster, Bayonne, N. J. 

Our boys are making good ; words by 

E. E. Northup, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13233 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427659; 

E. E. Northup, Dorchester, Mass. 

Our boys have hit the trail; words 
by B. Mardis Gilmer, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[13234 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 42SS05 ; Blanche M. Gilmer, 
Chicago. 

Our boys in the trenches ; words and 
arr. of melody by L. Tread way [of 
U. S.], melody by M. DuFrerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S.l 

[13235 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 4279S2; 
Lucinda Treadway, Crossville, 111. 

Our boys of 191S ; words by R. F. Ditt- 

benner, music by E. S. S. Huntincton 

[of U. S.] [13236 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427439; 

Rich F. Dittbenner, Hugo, Minn. 

Our boys over there; words by E. M. 
Tritton. music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13237 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427671; 
Edith Mary Tritton, Orange, N. J. 

Our boys overseas and the Red Wnms 
and Blue; words by A. E. Vassar, 
music by E. J. Stark [of U. S.] [13238 
© Aug. 2, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918; 
E 430076; Albert E. Vassar, St. 
Louis. 



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Our be ave Sammies o'ee the sea ; 
words by P. T. Kimball, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13239 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429136; Pearle Thomas Kimball, 
Warren, O. 

Oue country; words by C. Heeckt, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13240 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427664; 

Carl Heeckt, Bruce, Wis. 

Oue country oue homes and Ameeica ; 
words and arr. of music by A. E. 
Glastetter, melody by Luther A. 
Clark [of U. S.] [13241 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427112; 
Ada E. Glastetter, Waterbury, Conn. 

Oue countey's calling; words and 
melody by G. B. Frank [of U. S.] 

[13242 
© 1 c. July 23, 1918; E 427522; 
Gilbert B. Frank, Chicago. 

Oue countey's call ; words by C. Ca- 

sale, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13243 

© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1918; E 429063; 

Cono Casale, Brooklyn. 

Oue countey's flag ; words by Mrs. C. 
A. Spencer, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [13244 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 428S94; 
Mrs. Chas. A. Spencer, Waveland, 
Ind. 

Oue deae little Piou Piou ; words by 
L. A. Richer, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [13245 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428794 ; L. A. Richer, Sher- 
brooke, Canada. 

Oue enlisted boys ; words by M. J. Mc- 

Ginnis, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13246 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427629; 

Martha J. McGinnis, Los Angeles. 

Oue fighting Sammies ; march, by J. 

J. Romaniello [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[13247 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 

E 428629; James J. Romaniello, 

Stamford, Conn. 

Oue flag; words and music by T. 

Knowles, arr. by Harold B. Freeman 

[of U.S.] [13248 

© 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427179; 

Thomas Knowles, Centerdale, R. I. 



Oue flag is theee; words by C. K. 
Hammitt, music by Paul Ambrose [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Men's voices. — 2. 
Mixed voices. Trenton, N. J. Ameri- 
can music & poetry co. [13249, 13250 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 7, 
1918; E 429304, 429305; Charles K. 
Hammitt, Trenton, N. J. 

Oue flag shall still wave ; words by 
F. A. Salter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13251 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427953; 
Francis A. Salter, Silver Springs, 
Md. 

Oue flag, the flag of the U. S. A. ; 
words by W. C. Betts, sr., music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13252 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429457; 
William C. Betts, sr., Chicago. 

Oue flag, the Red, White and Blue ; 
words by W. T. La Forest, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13253 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1918 ; E 422504 ; William T. La For- 
est, Pawtucket, R. I. 

Oue flag will fly ovee Beelin ; words 
and melody by C. M. Donaldson [of 
U. S.] [13254 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427345; 
Clarence M. Donaldson, Springfield, 
111. 

Oue flags ; words by A. Rescorl, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13255 
© 1 c. July 21, 1918; E 427658; 
Ada Rescorl, Fort Rouge, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 
Oue gallant heeo lads, the boys in 
brown ; words and music by J. B. 
Wolff [of U. S.] New York, F. B. 
Haviland pub. co. [13256 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1. 191S ; 
E 427001 ; Jesse Bryant Wolff, Min- 
eral Springs, Ark. 
Our gallant horseman ; military ca- 
price, by C. W. Kern [of U. S.] op. 
369 ; piano. Boston, Evans music co. 
[13257 
© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427489 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 
Our garden in Berlin ; words and arr. 
of melody by E. Rima [of U. S.1, 
melody by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 
[1325S 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 191S; E 427976; 
Elizabeth Rima, Omaha, Neb. 



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Our God, our country and on; flag ; 

patriotic four-part sons, words and 

music by Edward Machugh, arr. by 

II. L. Harts [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 

4to. (Secular part-songs, no. 5496) 

[13259 

© July 25. 1918 : 2 c. July 29. 1918 ; 

E -127763; White-Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. 
— — a song of patriotism, words by 

Edward Machugh [music by H. L. 

Heartz, of U. S.] [13260 

© July 2, 1918; 2 c. July 5, 1918; 

E 426950; White-Smith music pub. 

CO., Boston. 

Our goddess of liberty, the Red cross 
nurse; words and music by H. C. 
Williams [of U. S.] [13261 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428964; Harry 0. Williams, Pitts- 
burg. 
Our great United States ; words by 
M. E. Mooney, music by Nicholas W. 
Devereux [of U. S.] Los Angeles, 
Los Angeles music pub. co. [13262 
© June 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426974 ; Mary E. Mooney, Los An- 
geles. 
Our heroes over there; by Mary Au- 
gusta Lee [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[13263 
© Apr. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 429001 ; King and Clark pub. co., 
New York. 

words and music by Mary Augusta 

Lee [of U. S.] [13264 

© Apr. 23, 1918; 2 c. June 24, 
1918 ; E 426S61 ; King and Clark pub. 
co., Somerville, Mass. 
Our khaki boys for freedom ; words 
by Mrs. C. F. Walker, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111.; 
North American music pub. co. 

[13265 
© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428777 ; Mrs. C. F. Walker, Pacific 
Junction, la. 

Our little soldier laddie ; words and 
arr. of melody by E. Rima [of U. S.], 
melody by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 
[13266 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427974; 
Elizabeth Rima, Omaha, Neb. 
Our little thatched cottage; words 
by Joseph Dean, music by Bettie 
Dean [of England] [13267 

© July 4, 1918 ; 1 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 421411 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., Bir- 
kenhead, England. 



Oub loyal sailor boys ; words by F. H. 
Dunn, music by Pearle Chase Bar- 
rett [of U. S.] [13268 
© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; E 427878 ; P. 
C. Barrett, Suffolk, Va. 

Our native shore ; by Bert Platte [i. e.. 
A. L. Platte, of U. S.] ; second ed. 

[13269 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 429291; Albert L. Piatt, Omaha, 

Neb. [Copyright is claimed on title 

page with portrait] 

Our promise ; words by M. Payne, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[13270 
© 1 c. July 26. 1918; E 427043; 
Mary Payne, Denison, Tex. 

OUR SAMMIES WILL HOLD THEIR OWN; 

words and music by I. V. Hollenbeck 
[of U. S.], arr. E. R. Heck. Scran- 
ton, Pa., Whitmore music pub. co. 
[13271 
© July 13, 191S ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 427339; I. V. Hollenbeck. Way- 
mart, Pa. 

Our service flag ; words by A. Wilke. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [13272 

© 1 c. July 26, 191S; E 427609; 

Albert Wilke, Linden, N. J. 

words by Arthur M. Corwin, music 

by Daniel Protheroe [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [13273 

© July 19, 191S; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 427474 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

Our soldier boys ; words by B. M. 

Waples, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [13274 

© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 428662; 

Bertha M. W T aples, Alexandria, Mo. 

Our soldier boys in khaki o'er in 

France; words by G. I. Snyder, 

melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13275 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 191S ; E 429371 ; G. 

Irvin Snyder, Medix Run, Pa. 

Our soldier's dream ; reverie, by Wer- 

den Oliver [of U. S.] ; piano. [13276 

© July 30. 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429154; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 

dalia, Mo. 

Our song of songs ; words and music 

by Walter Franz Krebs [of U. S.] 

[13277 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 42SS80; 

Stanley Walter Krebs, New York. 



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13296 



Our Stripes and Staes ; words by 

Llewell? Pierce Churchill, music by 

E. R. R. Ort [of U. S.] [13278 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; E 429364 ; E. 

Rose Reese Ort, Wilmington, Del. 

Our U. S. soldier boy; words by H. 
Sherwood, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [13279 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429248 ; Harry Sherwood, George- 
town, Cal. 

Our Yankee boys ; words by W. E. 

Eddy, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13280 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427615; 

W. E. Eddy, Hugoton, Kan. 

Oub Yankee lads ; words and music 

by O. M. Skelton [of Canada] [13281 

© July 29, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 

E 421459; Olive M. Skelton, Exeter, 

Ontario, Canada. 

Out of the harbor; graduation song, 
words by Ruth M. Noyes, music by 
Arthur B. Targett [of U. S.] ed. by 
J. M. McLaughlin ; sop. 1 and 2 and 
alto. 4to. (Coda, no. 457) [13282 
© June 18, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918 ; E 427125 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Over here ; words and music by M. S. 
Cordeiro [of U. S.] [13283 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918; E 427887; 
Manuel Souza Cordeiro, Hilo, Ha- 
waii. 

■ words by Tanny Galloway (O. T. 

GaUoway), music by T. Galloway 
and James F. Topping [of U. S.] 

[13284 
© June 26, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 427850; Oscar Turner Galloway, 
Houston, Tex. 

Over the sea ; words by R. A. Schooler, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13285 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427968 ; Ruth 

A. Schooler, Maitland, Mo. 

Over the seas to France ; march song, 

set to tune Sailing, words and music 

by G. E. Stevens [of U. S.] Granite 

Falls, Wash., Associate music pub's. 

[13286 

© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 428837 ; Gertrude Evelyn Stevens, 
Granite Falls, Wash. 



Over the top ; words and melody by 
W. R. Hartpence [of U. S.], bar. and 
arr. by Mrs. Robert Egbert. [13287 
© June 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 428597; William Ross Hartpence, 
Pomona, Cal. 

words by A. E. Greene, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13288 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427642; 
Arthur Egbert Greene, Binghamton, 
N. Y. 

words by H. G. Bach, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 

111., North American music pub. co. 

[13289 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 428797; H. G. Bach, Milwaukee. 

Over the top and across the Rhine ; 
words and music by D. W. Honn 
[of U. S.], arr. by A. D. Hunter [of 
U. S.] [13290 

© June 10, 1918; 2 c. June 17, 
1918; E 426879; D. W. Honn, Los 
Angeles. 

Over the top boys ; march one-step, by 

S. M. Berg [of U. S.], arr. by Sol P. 

Levy; band. 4to. [13291 

© June 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 

E 427601 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 

Over the top boys, over the top; 
words by A. A. Feirese, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13292 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427972 ; An- 
thony A. Feirese, Dunmore, Pa. 

Over the top we go ; words and arr. of 
melody by Mrs. F. Ginther [of U. S.], 
melody by M. DuFrerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S.] [13293 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427984 ; Mrs. 
Frank Ginther, Leetonia, O. 

Over the waves ; waltz no. 4, by Rosas, 
arr. by M. Halperin [of U. S.] ; piano. 
[13294 
© June 24, 191S ; 2 c. June 26, 
1918; E 427019; Max Halperin, 
Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement with original move- 
ments] 

Over there the boys are fighting; 

words and music by A. Bagrud [of 

TJ. S.] [13295 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426555; 

Allan Bagrud, Halstad. Minn. 

Paean (A) of life ; secular duet, words 
by Nancy Barr Mavity, music by 
Louis Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.] op. 
116, no. 3 ; sop. and contralto. ( Six 
vocal duets, no 3) [13296 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427S99; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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Paganish (Niccolo) Campanella (La) ; 
no. 3, by Paganini-Liszt, played by 
Maurice Dumesnil [of France] ; 
(Rvthmodik record music rolls, red 
label record, N19226) [13297 

© Jan. 20 ; 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 421333; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

Palms (The) ; words anon., music 
arr. by M. W. Butler [of U. S.] ; 
piano or organ ace. [13298 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429146; A. W. Perry's sons. Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Panama exposition ; overture, by P. 
Frosini [of U. S.] ; armonica. (Edi- 
tion for armonica, no. 67) [13299 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428973; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
ben ville, O. 

Pansy (The) ; words by Grace Sher- 
burne-Conroe, music by Emma Lu- 
cetta Maynard [of U. S.] [13300 

© July 4, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 427015; Conroe - Maynard, San 
Diego. 

Pansy galop ; by Chas. J. Wallace [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Flowers of spring, 
no. 2) [13301 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428977; Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Houston. 

Parent's (A) good-bye; words by B. 
Witcau, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13302 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426576; 
Benj. Witcau, Brooklyn. 

Parish doings ; words by Felix Plouf, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13303 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427954 ; M. 

E. Gibbons, Bemidji, Minn. 

Parting (The) or the ways; words 
by Mrs. G. E. Baldwin, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[13304 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429135 ; Mrs. G. E. Baldwin, Ben- 
don, Mich. 

Parting (The) sailor boys vow; 
words by C. C. Ehrgott, music by A. 

F. Kahl [of U. S.] New York., Ehr- 
gott & Kahl. [13305 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July IS. 191S ; 
E 428715 ; Charles Carl Ehrgott, Jer- 
sey City. 



Parting with his sweetheart ; words 

by Mrs. J. H. Gollick, jr., music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13306 

© 1 c. July 20, 191S; E 427447; 

Mrs. J. H. Gollick, jr., Roscoe, Pa. 

Passing souls; a hymn for war-time, 
words by Constance Coote, music by 
E. A. Burroughs [of England] 24mo. 
[13307 
© Feb. 10, 1915 ; 1 c. May 18, 1918 ; 
E 421365; Sydney Acott & Co., ltd., 
Oxford, England. 

Patriot (The) girl; song and march, 
words and music by F. J. O'Neill [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. [13308 
© Apr. 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427041 ; Felix J. O'Neill, Stafford 
Springs, Conn. 

Patriotic songs and hymns ; [comp. 
by various authors, of U. S.] 49 p. 
8vo. [13309 

© Aug. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
16. 1918; A 503126; Hope pub. co.. 
Chicago. 

Patriotism ; words and arr. of melody 
by E. May [of U. S.], melody by M. 
DuFrerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of 
U. S.] [13310 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 191 S ; E 427979 ; Eve- 
lyn May, Rocky Ford, Col. 

Patriots all ; words by E. G. Lambert- 
son, music by Helen Lucille Potter 
[of U. S.] [13311 

© 1 c. May 28, 1918; E 426890; 
Eva G. Lambertson, Lander, Wyo. 

Peace and liberty; words anon, music 
by D. G. Baltimore [of U. S.] 

[13312 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15. 1918 ; 
E 42S671; David G. Baltimore. Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation and arrangement] 

Peaceftjlness ; by Gaston Borch [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Descriptive series) 

[13313 
© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 191S ; 
E 4275S9 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 

Pearls and lace (Perles et dentelles) ; 
waltz, by G. Ludovic, op. 50. rev. and 
fingered by Carl Bonner [of U. S.] ; 
piano. Boston. Evans music co. 

[13314 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427491 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision 
and fingering] 



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13332 



Peggy McVey; from Marry in haste, 
words by Anna Nichols and Fiske 
O'Hara. music by George H. Gartlan 
[of U. S.] [13315 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429097 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Peggy's mazurka; di A. Montalto [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; pf. 

[13316 
© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 426942; 
Agostino Montalto, New York. 

Pemberton-inn ; valse, by P. Frosini 
[of U. S.] ; armonica. (Edition for 
armonica, no. 70) [13317 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428972; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Pens a a me (Dream of me) ; parole di 
X, musique del P. A. Tirindelli [of 
U. S.] [13318 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428903; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Perpetual motion ; by Gaston Borch 

[of U. S.] ; orch. (Berg's descriptive 

series) [13319 

© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 

E 427595 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 

Persuing is a mighty man ; words by 
J. Thorpe, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of TJ. S.] [13320 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427653; 
James Thorpe, Schofield Barracks, 
H. T. 

Pershing, it's tjp to you; words by 
W. J. Dougherty, music by A. F. Men- 
gel [of U. S.] [13321 
© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 427213; Walter J. Dougherty, St. 
Louis. 

Pershing's crusaders ; march-mili- 
taire, by Earle L. Church [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [13322 

© July 23, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427564; Church- Watkins 
pub. co., Houston. 

Pershing's men ; march song, by G. K. 
Fredericks [of U. S.] ; vocal orch., 
in C. 4to. [13323 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918 ; E 429344 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

words and music by G. K. Freder- 
icks [of U. S.] [13324 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426990 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



Peterson ; words and music by I. V. 
Hollenbeck [of U. S.], arr. by E. R. 
Heck. Scranton, Pa., Whitmore mu- 
sic pub. co. [13325 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427109; I. V. Hollenbeck, Way- 
mart, Pa. 

Petite polonaise ; by Walter Rolfe [of 

U. S.] ; pf. (Tinkle tunes, no. 15354) 

[13326 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427685; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Pettie gig; de Paul Fosse, arr. par 
Hans Ourdine [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. [13327 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421476; Ste. frangaise d'editions 
musicales, theatrales et cinematog- 
raphiques, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Phantasy ; waltz, by Sydney Baynes 

[of England] ; piano. [13328 

© July 11, 1918; 1 c. July 22, 

1918 ; E 421403 ; Swan & co., Watson 

& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Picardy ; a martial hymn, words by J. 
A. Shoemaker, music by Dacia Cus- 
ter-Shoemaker [of U. S.] [13329 
© June 24. 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 427300 ; John A. Shoemaker, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Pilot me; hymn, words by Richard 
Hainsworth, music by H. Lillenas 
[of Norway, domiciled at Auburn, 
111.] [13330 

© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. June 29, 1918 ; 
E 426821; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

Pilot (The) song; hymn, words and 
music by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] 
(In B. Y. P. U. of Texas. Seven- 
teenth annual encampment program) 
[13331 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428691; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Pink mazurka; by Chas. J. Wallace 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Flowers of spring, 
no. 3) [13332 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S978; Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Houston. 

Pirate's bride. See Captain Cross- 
bones. 

Pitchounette. See Massenet (Jules 
Emile Frederic) Oh si les fleurs 
avaient des yeux [et] Pitchounette. 



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Plant a service tree for every laddie 

ON THE AVENUE OF VICTORY J WOl'dS by 

Gladys Wilmot Graham, music by 
R. R. Reiche [of U. S.] [13333 

© 1 c. July 13. 1918; E 428655; 
Ralph R. Reiche, Chicago. 

Pleasantry; by Gatty Sellars [of Eng- 
land, domiciled at New York] ; or- 
gan, obi. 8vo. [13334 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 42709S; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Polonaise ; by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of 
U. S.] op. 299, ed. by E. R. Condon; 
violin and piano. [13335 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 31. 1918 ; 
E 428975; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Poor Kaiser Bill; words by Mary C. 
Ricca, melody by H. R. Oteri [of 
U. S.], arr. by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [13336 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427851; 
Harry R. Oteri, San Francisco. 

Portami via; (Far, far away) ; parole 
di Ada Negri, musique del P. A. 
Tirindelli [of U. S.] [13337 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428902; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Practical material for the first 
studies in pianoforte playing; by 
C. F. Hartung [of Germany] op. 68 ; 
pf. Newly rev. ed. [13338 

© Sept. 1, 1917 ; 2 c. June 24, 1918 ; 
E 421264; William A. Kaun music 
co., Milwaukee. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision] 

Praise the Lord ; words by M. P. Fer- 
guson, chorus and music by Haldor 
Lillenas [of Norway, domiciled in 
Auburn, 111.] [13339 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. June 19, 1918 ; 
E 425S51; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Prayer (A) for our boys; words and 
music by A. F. Mason [of U. S.] 8vo. 
[13340 
© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428638 ; Ada Frances Mason, New- 
York. 

Prayer fob our soldiers ; hymn, words 
and music by M. B. Vanderwater [of 
U. S.] [13341 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 429220; 
Mary Brayton Vanderwater, Chi- 
cago. 



Prayer (The) in the desert; from 
Chu Chin Chow, words by Oscar 
Asche, music by Frederic Norton [of 
England] ; in A flat. [13342 

© July 26, 1918 ; 1 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 421416; Keith, Prows,- & CO., ltd., 
London. 

Prelude. See Saisons. 

Prelude and fugue; by Mrs. H. IT. A. 

Beach [of U. S.] op. 81 ; pf. [13343 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 : 

E 427910; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 

York. 

Prelude heroique; by Geo. A. Burdelt 

[of U. S.] op. 19 ; organ. [13344 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 191S ; 

E 429107; G. Schirmer, inc., New 

York. 

Premiere polonaise. See Liszt 
(Franz) 2 polonaises. 

Premiere son ate. See Brahms (Jo- 
hannes) 2 sonates. 

President Wilson U. S. A. ; words by 

J. Ellison, music bv J. Ellison and 

Lee G. Kratz [of U. S.] [13345 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 

E 428742 ; Jewell Ellison, Lucas, S. D. 

Pretty blushing roses; three-part 
song, words tr. from Goethe by S. R. 
Gaines, music by Samuel Richards 
Gaines [of U. S.] ; women's voices. 
4to. (Three-part songs for women's 
voices, no. 13256) [13346 

© July 16, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 427538 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Pretty little song bird ; words by Jes- 
sica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spauld- 
ing [of U. S.I (Melodious recrea- 
tions, no. 15375) [13347 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 : 
E 427G7S; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Printemps. See Saisons. 

Prisoners of war ; words by J. H. Kra- 
mer, music by E. S. S. Huntinsrton 
[of U. S.] [1334S 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427440; 
John H. Kramer, West Philadelphia. 

Prize (The) of honor ; march, by Sam 
Solomon [of U. S.] ; band, 4to. 



© June 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428455 ; J. G. Richards co., Cleve- 
land. 



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13368 



Peoehl (H. B.) Nine songs of praise 
(Neun lobgesange) ; arr. of words by 
H. B. Proehl, music by H. B. Proehl 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. [13350 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430040 ; H. B. Proehl, Chicago. 

Pbogress ; march, by Harold Bennett 
[of IT. S.] ; band. 4to. [13351 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427106 ; Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Prophetic (The) song; when this 
great war will end, words and music 
by Edd. Voge [of U. S.] [13352 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 
E 428624 ; Willis music CO., Cincin- 
nati. 

Peophetic (The) song no. 2; our boys 
will come marching home, words and 
music by Edd. Voge [of U. S.] . 

[13353 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430025; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Queen (The) of no man's land; 

words and music by Zora Lawrence 

[Z. L. Schafer, of U. S.] [13354 

© 1 c. June 5, 1918; E 427171; 

Zora Lawrence Schafer, Chicago. 

•Question (A) ; by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 103, no. 5; 
piano. ( Seven recreative studies, no. 
5) [13355 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429198 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

■ -words by Fiona Macleod (William 

Sharp), music by Cecil Forsyth [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
medium voice, in G minor. [13356 
© June 14, 1918; 2 c. June 15, 
1918 ; E 426529 ; Cecil Forsyth, New 
York. 

Rachmaninoff (S.) Prelude; by S. 
Rachmaninoff, op. 3, no. 2, ed. by H. 
L. Harts [of U. S.] ; pf. [13357 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429101; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

Rag in D minoe; by P. Frosini [of 
U. S.] ; armonica. (Edition for f»r- 
monica, no. 69) [13358 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428971; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 



Rainbow (The) division ; words and 

melody by A. C. Russell [of U. S.] 

[13359 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 11, 1918 ; 

E 428619; Annie Christian Russell, 

Alexander City, Ala. 

Rainbow (The) girl; selection, by 

Louis A. Hirsch, arr. by Lester 

Brockton [of U. S.] ; full orch. 

[13360 
© June 14, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427386 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

■• military band. 4to. 

[13361 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July IS, 1918 ; 
E 427353 : M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Rainy day blues ; by F. Warshauer [of 
U. S.] ; violin. ' [13362 

© 1 c. July 22. 1918; E 430015; 
Frank Warshauer, Rockaway Beach, 
N. Y. 
Rambo; melody, by S. R. Henry and 
D. Onivas [of U. S.] [13363 

© 1 c. July 30, 1918: E 428928; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
RANgON (La - ) duBonheue; ouverture, 
par Gabriel-Marie, arr. par Hans 
Ourdine [of France] ; orch. avec 
piano conducteur. 4to. [13364 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25. 1918 ; 
E 421477 ; S. Chapelier. Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 
Rapsodia italiana ; Italian patriotic 
hymns and Piedmontese dances, by 
Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 
Svo. (Twelve divertimenti, no. 9) 

[13365 
© Aug. 5, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427924; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 
Red cross ; words by Betty Meyers, 
music by Meyer Frank Meyers [of 
U. S.] * [13306 

© Apr. 22, 1918 : 2 c. May 20. 1918 ; 
E 423220 ; M. F. Meyers. Brooklyn. 
Red (The) cross aemy; words and 
music by E. C. Tongren [of IT. S.] 

[13367 
© 1 c. July 1, 1918; E 428444; 
Ellen C. Tongren, Norwich. Conn. 
Red (The) cross giel : words by R. O. 
Richards, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. &] [1336S 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918 ; E 427419 ; R. 
O. Richards, Fresno, Cal. 



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Red (The) cross of U. S. A. ; words by 

Mrs. J. H. Jennings, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13369 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918.; E 429460; 

Mrs. J. H. Jennings, Houston. 

Red (The) cross spirit speaks: words 
by John Finley, music by Horatio 
Parker [of U. S.] ; in G minor. 

[13370 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 

E 426S92 ; H. W. Gray CO., New York. 

Red rose polka ; by Cbas. J. Wallace 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Flowers of 
spring, no. 4) [13371 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428979 ; Thos. Goggan & bro., Hous- 
ton. 

Red, White and Blue. See Griffes 
(Charles T.) Six patriotic songs. 

Red (The), White and Blue reminds 
me of you ; words by G. A. Howard, 
music by E. S. S. Huntinsrton [of 
U. S.] [13372 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427612; 
Grace A. Howard, Philadelphia. 

Redemption of Alsace-Lorraine (La 
deliverance de l'Alsace-Lorraine) ; 
one step, march, or two step, by J. 
Kiefer [of U. S.], arr. by H. J. Lin- 
coln; orch. 4to. [13373 
© July 5, 1918; 2 c. Julv 5, 1918; 
E 426949; Joseph Kiefer, Philadel- 
phia. 

Reflections; the vacant chair, by 
Stanley F. Widner [of U. S.] op. 60, 
no. 1, piano. [13374 

© June 12, 1918 : 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427676; Theo. Presser CO., Phila- 
delphia. 

Remember the nurse ; by John Borra- 
daile [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [13375 
© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427777 ; John W. Borradaile, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Repose; by Reuben J. Haskin [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [13376 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 426979; Jos. Krolage music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Rest ; words by Irene Rutherford Me- 
Leod, music by Cecil Forsyth [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
high in E flat. [13377 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427914; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York-. 



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Rest from desire; words by Samuel 
Hoffenstein, music by Anseim Goetzl 
[of Austria] ; sop. (Three sums, no 
!) [13378 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429073 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Rest (The) that Jesus gives; words 
and music by M. M. Foote [of U. S.] 
[13379 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427826; 
Millicent Mayne Foote, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Reveille (The) ; march, by R. S. Mor- 
rison [of U. S.] ; pf. [13380 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427707; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Reverie. See A. B. C. photo play con- 
cert edition no. 6. 

Reveries of home; nocturne, by 
George C. Gault [of U. S.] ; cornet 
or trumpet, piano ace. . [13381 

© Aug. 6, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918; 
E 429332; Dixie music house, inc., 
Chicago. 

Rhythmical penmanship ; words by L. 
M. Spencer, set to music by Octavia 
Hudson [of U. S.] Students edi- 
tion. [13382 
© May 23, 1918 ; 2 c. July 30, 1918 ; 
E 429293 ; Louisa Maria Spencer, Los 
Angeles. 

Right shall triumph, Kaiser Bill; 
words by Irene Gates Moffet, music 
by H. B. Green [of U. S.] [13383 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 420963 ; Horton B. Green, Sperry, 
la. 

Right (The) will win the war; 

words and music by G. W. Bilbo [of 

U. S.], arr. by B. Wise [of U. S.] 

[13384 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 

E 429233 ; Geo. W. Bilbo. Creston, la. 

Rimemrranza; melody for oboe, bv 

Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, obi. 

8vo. (Twelve divertimenti, no. 1) 

[13385 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 

E 427916; J. Fischer & bro., New 

Yorlc. 

Ringtail blues ; words and music by 
J. Russell Rohinson and Spencer Wil- 
liams [of U. S.] [133S6 
© June 14, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
K !_T;928; Pace & Handy music CO., 
inc., Chicago. 



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no. S, 1918 



13403 



Rise up America ; patriotic march 
song, words by Herman S. Drucke, 
music by Harry A. Raskin [of U. S.] 
[13387 
© Ju'y 6, 1918 ; 2 c July 9, 1918 ; 
E 42S752; Rialto music co., New 
York. 

Road (The) to victory; words and 

music by F. C. Chantereau [of U. S.] 

[13388 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3 1918 ; 

E 429109; Francis C. Chantereau, 

Portland, Me. 

Rock-a-bye-baby O ; words and arr, of 
melody by H. Pugh [of U. S.], melody 
by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 

[13389 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427786; 
Harriet Pugh, Mankato, Minn. 

Rock of Ages ; words by A. M. Toplady, 

music by Herbert Sanders [of Great 

Britain] 8vo. (Evangel series, no. 3.) 

[13390 

© July 17, 1918 ; 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; 

E 421376 ; Woodward & co., London. 

See also A. B. C. feature photo- 
play edition. 

Rocked in the cradle of the deep; 
march, [words by Emma Willard], 
music arr. by M. W. Butler [of 
U. S.] ; piano or organ ace. [13391 
© Ju'y 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429148 ; A. W. Perry's sons, Sedalia, 
Mo. 

Rode ( — ) 24 caprices ; by Rode, rev. 
and arr. by Robert Alphen [of 
France] ; violin. (Collection orphee, 
no. 202) [13392 

© June 28, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 421260 ; Societe francaise d'edition 
des grands classiques musicaux, 
Paris. 

Roi de Lahore. See Massenet (Jules 

Emile Frederic) 
Roi l'a dit. See Delibes (Clement 

Philibert Leo) 

Romance; by Charles Huerter [of 

TL S.] ; piano ; in C. [13393 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c July 8, 1918 ; 

E 427008 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

for the left hand alone, by Fritz 

Spindler, op. 156, no. 1. 2. rev. and 
fingered by C. V. Sternberg [of 
U. S.]; pf. [13394,13395 

© July 12. 1918 ; 2 c. each Julv 16, 
1918 ; E 428680. 42S6S1 ; G. Schirmer. 
inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on revising and fingering] 

827 



Romanzetta; by Horace Clark [of 
U. S.] ; pf. [13396 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 428940; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Rosary (The) ; by Ethelbert Nevin, 
arr. by Arthur Brooke [of U. S.] ; 
flute and piano. [13397 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 430007 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Rose-fay (Rosenfee) ; by Carl Heins, 
op. 185, ed., phrased and fingered by 
Maurits Leefson [of U. S.] ; in F ; 
piano. [13398 

© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12. 1918 ; 
E 429378 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing and fingering] 

Rose-Marie ; words by A. H. Clements, 

music by Mana Zucca [of U. S.l op. 

36, no. 1 ; high in D. [13399 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 

E 427287 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Roses of Lorraine; words by Sidney 
Carter, music by Walter Smith [of 
TL S.] [13400 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427536 ; Daniels & Wilson, inc., San 
Francisco. 

Roses of Picardy; by Haydn Wood, 
arr. by Tom Clark [of U. S.] ; band. 
4to. [13401 

© Julv 2. 1918 ; 2 c. July 3. 1918 : 
E 427070; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rosetta ; tarantella, by Jacob L. Roth- 
wein [of U. S.] ; piano. [13402 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426885; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 

Roundelay. See Schumann (Robert 
Alexander) Children's pieces. 

Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch ) 
Melody in F ; by A. Rubinstein, rev. 
ed. with fingering, pedaling, phras- 
ing and instructive annotations by 
Leopold Godowsky [of U. S.] ; form 
and har. by Alexander Henneman [of 
U. S.], biographical sketch and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Progressive series 
compositions, no. 542, grade 3-a) 

[13403 
© July 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29. 191S ; 
E 430078 ; Art publication soc.,' St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Run the Hun; words and adaptation 
to old melodies by D. Wescott [of 
U. S.] New York, Plaza music co. 

[13404 

© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23. 1918 ; 

E 428843 ; D. Wescott, New Orleans. 

Russian petze march ; longing for 
home, by M. Halperin [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [13405 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 426S83; Max Halperin, Brooklyn. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
Russian rural scene; by Rudolf 
Friml, arr. by Otto Langey [of U. 
S.] ; orch. (Galaxy, no. 121). [13406 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 
E 420S6S ; G. Sehirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rustling of spring ; by Christian Sind- 
ing, op. 32, no. 3, rev. ed. and anno- 
tated by Leopold Godowsky, form 
and harmony by Alexander Henne- 
man, biographical sketch and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [13407 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427494; Art publication soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations] 

S stands for Sammy ; words by J. Mac- 
Naughtori, music by Jean MacNaugh- 
ton [of U. S.] Los Anceles, R. W. 
Heffe! finger. [13408 

© July 25, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427911; John MacNaughton, Po- 
mona, Cal. 

Sabbath morn ; idyl, by Wallace A. 
Johnson [of U. S.] ; piano. [13409 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20. 1918 ; 
E 427718; Thc-o. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Sabre and spurs ; march of the Ameri- 
can -rivalry, by John Philip Sousa 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [13410 

© July 6, 191S ; 2 c. July 31, 1918 ; 
E 427865 ; Sam Fox pub. co.. Clove- 
land. 

lovers ; words and arr. 

ic by O. Henderson, melody by 

Floda E. Fisher [of U. S.] [13411 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427116; 

Ollie Henderson, Stuttgart, Ark. 

Safe loi: democracy and me; words 

and music by K. L. Nevins [of U. S.] 

[13412 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 42S762 ; 

Kale Lockwood Nevins, Antioch, Cal. 



Sailing; tune. See Over the seas to 

France. 

Sailing for France; words by John 
Temple Graves, jr., music by John 
Lingard Tindale [of U. S.] ; ten. or 
sop. Northampton, Mass. Henrv K. 
White. [13413 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 427304; John L. Tindale, New 
York. 

Sailing home; words and music by 
A. Sangree [of U. S.] [1341*4 

© 1 c. July 9. 191 S; E 428592; 
Allen Sangree, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Sailing on the Henry Ford ; words 
and music by Art M. Swanstone, 
Oliver Do Gerde and Peter Bernard 
[of England] [13415 

© July 3. 1918; 1 c. July 16, 1918; 
E 421361; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co.. London. 

(A) dream ; words by C. F. 
Holcomb, music by Frank W. Ford 
[<>t U. S.] [13416 

© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22. 1918 ; 
E 427480; Clarence F. Holcomb, To- 
ledo, O. 

Saint Andrew's land; words by C. 

Fox Smith, music by Charles Villiers 

Stanford [of England] ; no. 3, in C. 

[13417 

© July 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 

E 421455 ; Enoch & sons. London. 

Satsons (Les) : paroles de Stopbon 
Liegeard, musique de Henry Fevrier 
of France] ; chant et piano. Con- 
tents : Prelude. — Printemps. — Eb?. — 
Automne. — Hiver. [13418 

© July 3. 191 S : 1 c. July 25. 1918; 
E 421488 : Heugel et cie, Paris. 

Salute: words and music by H. Nean- 

der [of I". S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

Chicago, C. A. Grimm. [13419 

© Aug. 3. 191S: 2 c. Aug. 7. 1918; 

E 429321 ; Harold Neander, Chicago. 

polka; by Edw. B. Llewellyn 

' '. S.l : cornet, piano ace. 

[13420 
6. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918; 
E J29333 : T >i x ie music house, inc., 
Chicago. 

Sam, Sam. Sammy of the U. S. A.; 
words by B. M. Graybill, melody by 
Dan Blanco [of U. S.] 41 o. [13421 
© Aug. 1, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1918; 
E 429220: Bird Malvin Graybill. and 
Dan Blanco, Chicago. 



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no. 8, 1918 



13439 



Sambo (The) Sammies : words by Wil- 
liam J. Hartley, music by John T. 
Hall [of U. S.] [13422 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22. 1918 ; 
E 427482 ; Bizet music pub. co.. New 
York. 

Sammie of the U. S. A. ; words by R. 

D. Monahan, music by E. S. S. Hunt 
ington [of U. S.] [1342f 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427425 
Rose D. Monahan, Bloomfiekl, N. J. 

Sammies on parade ; march and two- 
step, by E. E. Foster [of U. S.] 
band, 4to. [13424 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c, Aug. 1, 1918 
E 428970 ; E. Earl Foster, Ft. Worth, 
Tex. 

Sammy Atkins ; words and music by 

David Nyvall, jr. [of U. S.] [13425 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 

E 429361; Charles Edwin Lutton, 

Chicago. 

Sammy boy; words and music by R. A. 
Daugherty [of U. S.], arr. by Errol 
H. Collins [of U. S.] [13426 

© 1 c. July 2, 1918; E 426877; 
Roland Abbott Daugherty, San Pe- 
dro, Cal. 

Sammy, have a smoke on me; words 
and music by Margaret B. Wright 
[of U. S.] [13427 

© June 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427800 ; Mrs. Whit Wright, Carls- 
bad, N. M. 

Sammy, my boy, come victoriously 
home, over the rolling ocean ; 
words and melody by V. S. Paige, 
arr. by Raymond A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [13428 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427500; 
Virginia S. Paige, El Kader, la. 

Sammy's (A) dream ; words by O. C. 
Pickitt, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13429 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429050 ; Oril 
C. Pickitt, Pullman, Mich. 

Sammy's dream girl; words and music 
by W. Jackson [of U. S.] [13430 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427450; 
Winona Jackson, Davenport, la. 

Save all your kisses eor me till I 
come home ; words and music by L. 

E. Rudisill [of U. S.] [13431 
© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 

E 427565; Billy Smythe music co., 
Louisville. 



Save me O God ; part-song, words from 
Psalm 54, music by T. Frederick H. 
Candlyn [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. 4to. (Church music re- 
view, no. 474) [13432 
© July 24, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 428899 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Save yoxtr money; words by M. W. 
Beardsley. music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [13433 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429241; Moss W. Beardsley, Los 
Angeles. 

Saviour breathe an evening bless- 
ing ; anthem, words by J. Edmeston, 
music by J. Truman Wolcott [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Hymn an- 
them for mixed voices, no. 10976) 

[13434 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427748; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

music by R. M. Stults 

[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Hymn anthem for mixed voices, no. 
10979) [13435 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427747; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Saviour, like a shepherd lead us; 
duet, words anon., music by Walter 
Howe Jones [of U. S.] ; sop. and alto. 
(Sacred duets, no. 15174) [13436 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427716; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Saw you my Saviour. See Christian 
science hymns. 

Scale development; by Josef Slenc- 
zynski [of Russia, domiciled at 
Providence, R. I.] ; violin. (Teach- 
er's library, no. 23) [13437 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429103; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Scales (The) op justice; words and 
music by C. McCarthy [of U. S.], 
arr. by Wm. C. Polla [of U. S.] 

[13438 
© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428607; 
Charles McCarthy, New York. 

Scattering leaves ; by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 103, no. 1; 
piano. ( Seven recreative studies, no. 
1) [13439 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429202; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



School of bowing technic (Escuela 
de la tecnica del arco) ; four thous- 
and graded bowing exercises. Eng. tr. 
bv Th. Baker, music by Ottakar 
Sevcike, op. 2, pt. I, II, ed. and fin- 
gered by Philipp Mittell [of U. S.] ; 
violin. (Library of musical classics, 
y. 1182-1183) [13440, 13441 

© Aug. 8, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 9, 
1918 ; E 429329, 429330 ; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing, fingering and 
English translation] 

Schubeet (Fkanz Peter) Serenade 
(St&ndchen) ; La serenata, by Franz 
Schubert, trans, by Gustav Lange, 
op. 90, no. 11, ed., phrased and fin- 
gered by Maurits Leefson [of U. S.] ; 
piano in D min. [13442 

© Aug. 12, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429375 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing, phrasing and fingering.] 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Chil- 
dren's pieces, by Schumann, played 
by Howard Brockway [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, .1 
19264) Contents: Soldier march.— 
Jollv farmer.— Roundelay. — Tag. 

[13443 

© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 427139; Rythmodik music Corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

interpretation.] 

Warum (Why) ; by R. Schumann, 

trans, by Gordon Balch Nevin [of 
U. S.] ; organ. [13444 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427704; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Scouts' drill; by W. Berwald [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (When school's out, 
no. 15312) [13445 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427735; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Second mazurka. See Godard (Ben- 
jamin Louis Paul) 

Second (A) violin accompaniment to 
the 42 studies of Rudolph Kreut- 
zer; by D. Robinson [of U. S.] 

[13446 
© 1 c. July 3. 1918 ; E 428601 ; Da- 
vid Robinson, New York. 

She the clown ; danse humoresque, by 
Bert R. Anthony [of U. S.] op. 107, 
no. 2 ; piano with text. Boston, Evans 
music co. (Two little pieces with 
words, no. 2) [13447 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427082 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 



Segreto (Un) (A secret) ; words by 
Paul Bliss, music by P. A. Tirindelli 
[of U. S.] [13448 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 42S904; Willis music co.. Cincin- 
nati. 

Senatorial; march, by W. Icke. sr. [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [13449 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427833; 
William Icke, sr., Brooklyn. 

Send a kiss, send a smile, send youb 
love ; words and music by T. Hearon 
[of U. S.]. arr. by Theo. Bendix mu- 
sical bureau [of U. S.] [13450 
© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428929; 
Thomas Hearon. Brooklyn. 

Send along some smokes fob me; 

words by A. C. Porter, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13451 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427409; 

Albert C. Porter, Brooklyn. 

Send back dear daddy to me ; one-step, 
by Maslof, played by Victor Arden, 
assisted by W. E. D. [of U. S.] ; in C. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, 
X101123) [13452 

© Jan. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428862 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Send the boys something to smoke ; 
words by N. G. Monroe, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago. 111., 
North American music pub co. 

[13453 
© June 27, 191S ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428815 ; Nell G. Monroe, Standard, 
Cal. 

Serenade ; by Franz Drdla, transcribed 
by J. Frank Frysinger [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [13454 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427724; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

See also Eastern romance. — Schu- 
bert (Franz Peter) 

Seeenade mignonne; by Alfred Griin- 
feld. rev. and annotated by C. von 
Sternberg [of U. S.] ; in E min.; 
piano. [13455 

© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429379 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotation] 



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13472 



Service (The) flag; words by J. 
Burns, music by B. Wall [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, Cal., Musician's pub co. 
[13456 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427527; John Burns and Bernard 
Wall, Los Angeles. 

Shade (The) of Nelson; words by 
James Christie and E. W. Chance, 
music by A. Emmett Adams [of Eng- 
land] [13457 
© June 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421357; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Shadows (The) of the evening houk ; 
hymn anthem, words by Adelaide A. 
Procter, music by W. Berwald [of U. 
S.] ; men's voices. 4to. (Sacred mu- 
sic for men's voices, no. 10997) 

[13458 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427552; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Shamrock waltzes ; sounds from old 
Erin, by Leon Simmons [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [13459 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429151; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

She can't do enough foe him now ; by 
Paul Cunningham, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in 
E flat. 4to. [13460 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427511 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

She has a face only a mothek can 
love ; but she's the rage where'er she 
goes, words by C. G. Polities, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13461 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918 ; E 426551 ; C. 
G. Polities, Syracuse, N. Y. 

She's a mother to moee than her 
own. See Mother to more than her 
own. 

She's a perfect dee am of love ; words 
by W. A. Ryan, music by Charles M. 
Smith [of U. S.] [13462 

i© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427205; 
William Arthur Ryan, Jacksonville, 
Fla. 

She's my Dixie girl and I'm her Dixie 
man ; words and music by H. Vail [of 
TT. S.] [13463 

© July 17. 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427507 ; Howard Vail, Camp Jack- 
son, S. C. 



She spoke to me first ; from Zig zag. 
words by Eric Blore, music by H. B. 
Hedley [of England] [13464 

© Jan. 28, 1918 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1918 ; 
E 420179 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Sheep (The) ; two-part song, words by 
Ann Taylor, music by Harold E. 
Darke [of Great Britain] ; 1st and 
2nd trebles. 4to. (Edward Arnold's 
series ed. by Thomas F. Dunhill, no. 
122) [13465 

© June 11, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 421253 ; Edward Arnold, London. 

Sheep in clusters ; melodies of revolu- 
tionary times, words anon., music 
harmonized by Samuel Endicott [of 
U. S.] ; low voice. [13466 

© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429412 ; Charles W. Homeyer & co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
harmonization] 

Sheep without a shepherd; words 
and music by M. V. Wilds [of U. S.], 
arr. by J. Minor Welsh. [13467 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 427038 ; Myra V. Wilds, Philadel- 
phia. 

Shepherd play a little ale ; pastoral, 
words by James Stephens, music by 
William Stickles [of U. S.] [13468 
© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. July 27, 1918 ; 
E 427675 ; Harold Flammer, inc., New 
York. 

Shepherd show me how to go. See 
Christian science hymns. 

Sherman was right; words by P. F. 

Bergen, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 

1 ton [of U. S.] [13469 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918 ; E 426562 ; 

Portia F. Bergen, Red Bank, N. J. 

Ships that pass in the night; waltz, 

by Frederic Knight Logan [of U. 

6. J ; piano. [13470 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 427487; Foster music publisher, 

inc., Chicago. 
Shoot the Kaiser ; words and melody 

by C. W. Smith [of U. S.] [13471 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429204: 

Chester W. Smith, Elmhurst, L. I.. 

N. Y. 

Shout the war song for we are 
marching millions strong ; words 
by Mrs. A. Metcalf, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [13472 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429449; 
Mrs. A. Metcalf, Auburn, N. Y. 



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13478 



pt. rn, n. s., v. 13 



Show pity Lokd (O salutaris hostia) ; 
English and Latin text, from the Ro- 
man Catholic prayer book, music bv 
C, H. H. Booth [of U. S.] ; piano ace, 
violin obi. ; high voice. New York, 
Luckhardt & Belder. [13473 

© Aug. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429339; Christopher Henry Hud- 
son Booth, New York. 

Shrapnel; words and music by Mrs. 

H. F. Rowsell [of U. S.] [13474 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918: E 427637; 

Mrs. H. F. Rowsell, Weymouth 

Farms, N. J. 

Shrine (The) of liberty ; words by J. 
A. Eaton, music by Barclay Walker 
[of U. S.] Indianapolis, Ind., James 
A. Eaton & co. [13475 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1918 ; 
E 429229 ; James A. Eaton, Indianap- 
olis. 

Side by side; words and music by 
Franklin Edson Belden [of U. S.] ; 
men's voices. (In The morning en- 
quirer) [13476 
© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15. 1918 ; 
E 427196 ; F. E. Belden, Battle Creek. 
[Copyright is claimed on new mat- 
ter] 

Sight reading; by Arthur Somervell 
[of England] ; pf., grades i-iv. (Mag- 
nus albums, v. 30-33) [13477-13480 
© July 26, 1918 ; 1 c. each July 31, 
1918; E 421449-421452; Swan & co., 
Watson & Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Sight reading exercises ; by Charles 
Raymond [of Great Britain] ; piano, 
bk. 3, 4. [13481, 13482 

© Oct. 17, 1917 ; 1 c. each July 15. 
1918; E 421378, 421379; Weekes & 
co., London. 

Signal (The) corps; march, by Geo. 
Schleiffarth [of U. S.] ; pf. [13483 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427683; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

by H. R. G. Mullaly [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [13484 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 428670 ; Harriet R. G. Mullaly, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Silent sorrows ; by Gaston Borch [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Berg's descriptive se- 
ries) [13485 
© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427590; S. M. Berg, New York. 



Silent wings ; words by Mrs. W. W. 
Jones, music by Lenore Wolf Al- 
bright [of U. S.], arr. by Mrs. John 
Albright [of U. S.] [13486 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 429279; 
Mrs. W. W. Jones, Sumas, Wash. 

Simply wonderful; words by Anna 
Bird Stewart, music bv A. L. Stew- 
art [of U. S.] [13487 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429222; A. 
Lambert Stewart. New York. 

Since I've seen love shine in your 
eyes ; words by Leila Brett, music by 
Irving Sanders [of U. S.] [134SS 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 
E 428737 ; M. Witmark & sons, New- 
York. 

Since Jesus came into my heart ; 
hymn, words by Herbert Buffum, 
music by R. E. Winsett [of U. S.] 

[13489 
© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427315; R. E. Winsett. Chatta- 
nooga. 

Since Jesus took hold of me; hymn, 
words and music by J. P. Scholfield 
[of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of Texas, 
Seventeenth annual encampment pro- 
gram) [13490 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S703; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Since you came into my dreams ; 
words by J. Will Callahan, music by 
J. Russel Robinson [of U. S.] 1. Song. 
2. Waltz; orch. 4to. [13491,13402 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. each July 26, 
1918; E 427566, 427567; Chas. E. 
Roat music co., ltd., Battle Creek. 

Since you went away ; words and mel- 
ody by Z. Fitz-Gerald [of U. S.] 

[13493 
© 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427167; 
Zeph Fitz-Gerald, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Sinful (The) deeds of Billy's band; 
words by B. B. Williams, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13494 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918 ; E 427407 ; B. 
B. Williams, Outer Creek, N. D. 

Sing me a song of the homeland ; sa- 
cred song, words and music bv G. A. 
Collin [of U. S.] ; high voice. ' Royal 
Oak, Mich., Collin music co. [13495 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429307; G. A. Collin, Pittsburgh. 



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no. 8, 1918 



13513 



Sing My country, 'tis of thee, and 
let God's will be done ; words and 
music by L. F. J. Murray [of U. S.] 
[13496 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429225; Leo P. J. Murray, Lake- 
wood, R. I. 

Sing of the Saviob; hymn, words by 
James Rowe, music by R. L. Stuckey 
[of U. S.] [13497 

© June 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427316; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 

Sinister theme; by Paul Vely [of 
U. S.], arr. by Sol P. Levy, orch. with 
piano or organ conductor. 4to. 
(Cinema incidental series, no n) 

[13498 
© June 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427602 ; Belwin, inc., New York. 

Sister awake : duet, words by Thomas 
Bateson, music by F. Wilson Parish 
[of England] ; female voices. 4to. 
(Modern series, no. 137) [13499 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 421401 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Skating on the old St. Joe ; words by 
L. J. Lull, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13500 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 : 
E 429129 ; Lynn J. Lull, Benton Har- 
bor, Mich. 

Skies (The) in France are sunny; 

words by G. M. Paulus, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13501 

© 1 c July 26, 1918 ; E 427623 ; G. 

M. Paulus, Duluth, Minn. 

Slacker (The) ; words by C. C. Curry, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13502 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429057 ; C. 

C. Curry, Henry, W. Va. 

Sleep little baby; lullaby, words by 
Samuel Hoffenstein, music by An- 
selm Goetzl [of Austria] ; sop. 

[13503 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429075 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Sleep, little soldier, sleep ; words by 
Dana Burnet, music bv Ernest R. 
Ball [of U. S.] [13504 

© July 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428637 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



Slimy (The) viper; by Gaston Borch 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Berg's descrip- 
tive series) [13505 
© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 191S ; 
E 427593 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 

Slogan (The) ; words by J. Freeland, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13506 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427958 ; J. 

Freeland, Auburn, N. Y. 

Slumber song; by J. Walters [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. [13507 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 : 
E 427095; Jefferson Walters, Day- 
ton, O. 

duet, by H. J. Taylor [of Great 

Britain] ; pf. (Five miniature du- 
ets, no. 2) [13508 
© June 21, 1918 ; 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 421397; Collard Moutrie, London. 

Smile and sing it away ; hymn, words 
by James Rowe, music by Henry P. 
Morton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. 
of Texas. Seventeenth annual en- 
campment program) [13509 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 : 
E 428709; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Smile that frown away ; hymn, words 
and music by J. P. Scholfield [of U. 
S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of Texas, Seven- 
teenth annual encampment program) 
[13510 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428700; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

Snowflakes ; after verses by Longfel- 
low, music by Percy E. Fletcher [of 
England] ; piano. (Reflections no. 1) 
[13511 
© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 421328; Novello & co., London. 

Snowtime. See Chimney corner songs. 

So belle tutte 'e femmene; versi di 
Tony Ferrazzano, musica del Salvati 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
canto e mandolino. New York, So- 
cieta' libraria. italiana. [13512 

© Aug. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 430073 ; Italian book co., New York. 

So long, but not good-bye ; words and 
music by E. Williams [of U. S.] 

[13513 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427818; 
Ernest Williams, Milwaukee. 



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13514 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



So long old pal ; words and melody by 
W. W. Hall, arr. by J. Russell Robin- 
son [of U. S.] [13514 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427801; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

SO MANY THINGS REMIND ME OF MY BOY 

over there; words by E. Willis, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 
[13515 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427967 ; Eva 
Willis, Cleveland. 

SO THE WORLD WILL HAVE LIBERTY ; pa- 
triotic song, words by J. L. Garitty, 
music by E. A. Garitty [of U. S.] 
New Orleans, La., L. Grunewald co., 
inc. [13516 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427879 ; James L. Garitty, New Or- 
leans. 

Softening shadows ; canzona, by R. S. 

Stoughton [of U. S.] ; organ. [13517 

© July 24, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 427764; White-Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. 

Soldier boy and sailor boy, we're 
proud of you ; words by Donald Ayer 
[pseud, of Arthur W. Fisk and Bos- 
well F. King], music by A. Fisk [of 
U. S.] San Francisco, Fisk music 
pub. co. [13518 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 42S9SS : Arthur W. Fisk and Bos- 
well F. King, San Francisco. 

Soldier (A) boy of Kiptopeke; words 
and arr. of melody by P. Smith [of 
U. S.], melody by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [13519 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427983; 
Pearl Smith, Kiptopeke, Va. 

Soldier (The) boys farewell; words 
by E. M. Smith, music by Everett J. 
Evans [of U. S.] [13520 

© July 1. 1918; 2 c. Any. 3, IMS; 
E 429083; Edith M. Smith, Pawca- 
tuck, Conn. 

Soldier (A) in the trenches; words 

by G. N. Eichelberger, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.| [13521 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427413; 

Geo. N. Eichelberger, Milwaukee. 

Soldier march. See Schumann (Rob- 
ert Alexander) Children's pieces. 

Soldiers ; words by Mrs. C. A Spencer, 

melody bv R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13522 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918; B 428895; 

Mrs. Chas. A. Spencer, Waveland, 

Ind. 



Soldier's (A) farewell; words and 
music by Mrs. J. D. Browning [of 
U. S.] [13523 

© 1 c. Au.u. 14, 1918; E 429464; 
Mrs. J. D. Browning, Kingwood. 
W. Va. 

words by A. Blair, meloth bv It. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [13524 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 429299; 
Alice Blair, Martin's Ferry, O. 

-words by N. Campbell, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13525 
© 1 c. July 2(j, 1918; E 427618; 
Natalie Campbell, Elmira, N. Y. 

Soldier's (A) fortress; words bv M. 
C. Graham, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13526 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426548; 
Mary (J. Graham. Hamilton. Va. 

Soldier's iThe) good bye; words bv 
Zelinda Elsa Foley, music by Mario 
Hediger [of Spain, domiciled at Los 
Angeles] Los Angeles. Chas. AV. 
Hatch music pub. co. [13527 

© July 20. 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427S05; William I. Foley. Los An- 
geles. 

Soldier's (The) last message; words 

by Mrs. D. Fogleman, music bv E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13528 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427946; 

Mrs. Dono Fogleman, Saginaw, Mich. 

Soldier's (A) mother ; words by L. M. 

Fisher, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13529 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429025; 

Lela M. Fisher, Bovill, Id. 

Soldiers of America ; words by W. H. 
McMasters, music by Lillian G. Mc- 
Masters [of U. S.] [13530 

© Aug. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427888; William H. McMasters, 
Boston. 

Soldiers of freedom the bugles are 
calling ; words by R. B. Pike, music 
by Edgar Belmont Smith [of U. S.] 
Amsterdam. N. Y., R. B. Pike music 
co. [13531 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427172; Robert B. Pike, Amster- 
dam, N. Y. 

Soldier's (A) sweetheart; words by 
G. G. Morris, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13532 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427245; 
G. G. Morris, Grand Valley, Pa. 



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no. 8, 1918 



13550 



Some day I'll meet my mother there ; 
ballad, words and music by L. Weber 
[of U. S.] Kansas City, Kan., Weber 
brothers. [13533 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428462 ; Louis Weber, Kansas City, 
Kan. 

Some lonesome night ; words by Grant 

Clarke and George Whiting, melody 

by Geo. W. Meyer [of U. S.] [13534 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427071; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Some-one missing someone; words by 
Billy Schneider, music by Joseph J. 
Fecher [of U. S.] Newark, N. J. 
Cooke, Malool & Redvanly. [13535 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 429067 ; Cooke & Malool, Newark, 
N. J. 

Some warning; words and music by 

J. J. Corbett [of U. S.], arr. by 

Walter Orion [of U. S.] [13536 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427350; 

James J. Corbett, Spokane, Wash. 

Somebody's done me wrong; fox-trot, 
by Skidmore, played by Eubie Blake 
[of U. S.] ; in B fiat. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls X101113) [13537 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428847; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Someday, when you come home; 
words and music by Arthur Stroud 
[of England] [13538 

© July 18, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 421433 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Sometime between midnight and 
dawn ; words and music by Merle St. 
Leon [of U. S.], arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann [of U. S.] [13539 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426965; Waterman-St. Leon & 
Fairfax co., Oklahoma City, Okl. 

Sometimes ; words by Thomas S. Jones, 
jr., music by Emma Jean Davidson 
[of U. S.] ; contralto voice. [13540 
© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c July 16, 1918 ; 
E 427302; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
music] 

Sometimes, will you remember; 

words and music by Elsie Dereineaux 

[of U. S.] [13541 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427223; 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 



Somewhere ; words by L. N. Salisbury, 
. music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
, U. S.] [13542 

© 1 e. July 15, 1918; E 427234; 
Leonard N. Salisbury, Charlesburg, 
,y Ww Ya. 

Somewhere across that mighty blue 
sea, there's a heart that belongs 
to me; words and music by Charles 

- V. Gross [of U. S.] [13543 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 427347 ; Gaiety music co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Somewhere, but where; words and 
music by Leonore Sollender Hanby 
[of U. S.] Whittier, Cal., Whittier 
Red cross chapter house. [13544 

© July 4, 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 429268 ; Whittier Red cross chap- 
ter, Whittier, Cal. 

-Somewhere in France ; words and mu- 
sic by A. M. Worsley [of U. S.] 

[13545 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918; E 429326; 

Alice Major Worsley, Tucson, Ariz. 

words by J. W. Dowling, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13546 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; E 429461 ; J. 
W. Dowling, Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Somewhere in France there's some- 
one you know ; words and music by 
I. L. Sachs and S. Leavey [of U. S.], 
arr. by Edgar Rollman. Baltimore, 
Bal-Mar music pub. co. [13547 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428753 ; I. Louis Sachs and Samuel 
Leavey, Baltimore. 

Somewhere the boys are fighting; 
words by C. H. Stump, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. [13548 
© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428783; Chas. H. Stump, Cody, 
Wy. 

Somewhere, there's someone; words 
by Maurice Solman and Sam Wal- 
lace, music by Joe Solman [of U. S.] 
[13549 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429104; Jack Mendelsohn music 
co., Boston. 

Somewhere to-night in Dixie ; words 
by Louis Weslyn, music by Paul Levi 
Specht [of U. S.] [13550 

© June 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426939; Monarch music co., inc., 
Reading, Pa. 



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13551 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



.Son ( The) of Mother Machkee ; words 
bv Billy Schneider, music by Jos. J. 
Fecher [of U. S.] Newark, N. J., 
Cooke, Malool & Redvanly. [13551 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 429068 ; Cooke & Malool, Newark, 
N. J. 
Sonatina in C major ; by Horace Clark 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [13552 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427733; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Song book, Lake Erie college. 4to. 
[13553 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
aff. July 8, 1918; A 500474; Hinds, 
Hayden & Eldredge, inc., New York. 

Song of a merry heart; by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Tinkle 
tunes, no. 15339) [13554 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427689; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Song of autumn; bv It. S. Stoughton 

[of U. S.] ; organ. [13555 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 427995; White-Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. 

Song (The) of cheer; words and 

music by F. E. Newell [of U. S.], 

arr. by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13556 

© 1 c. July 20. 1918; E 427472; 

Fred E. Newell, Central Falls, R. I. 

Song of love; waltz, from The grass 
widow, intro. Farewell, by Hirsch & 
Latouche, arr. by Lester Brockton 
[of U. S.] ; full orch. 4to. [13557 
© Apr. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427370 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Same ; military band. 4to. 

[13558 

© Apr. 16, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 

1918 ; E 427380 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Song (The) of my soul; words by 
James Rowe, music by Henry P. Mor- 
ton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. U. of 
Texas. Seventeenth annual encamp- 
ment program) [13559 
© June 15, 191S ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428711 : Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 



Soi 



of thk DEVIL DOGS. See First 
to fight. 



Song of the Red cross ; words by E. C. 
Davenport, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13560 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427468; 
Ella C. Davenport, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Song (The) of the Red cross nurse; 
words by G. H. McFarland. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13561 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427414; 

Geo. H. McFarland, Elmsford. N. Y. 

Song (The) that stirs the heart 
strings ; words by Mrs. M. W. Fel- 
ton, music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [13562 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427274; 
Mrs. M. W. Felton, Gatesville, N. C. 

Songs of service; for use in assem- 
blies of young people and older boys 
and girls, comp. by John L. Alexan- 
der. R. A. Waite, J. R. Marcum. Wm. 
H. Danforth [of U. S.] ix. 239 p. 
8vo. [13563 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; 
aff. Aug. 2, 1918 ; A 501387 ; Univer- 
sity soc, inc., New York. 

Sons of liberty ; words by R. L. Mor- 
rison, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [13564 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427952; 
Rose Lee Morrison, Alameda, Cal. 

Southern moon ; words and music by 
A. H. Eastman and F. Heltman [of 
U. S.] [13565 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430031; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. 
Souvenir d' amour; by Wigham Parker 
[of Great Britain] ; violin, violon- 
cello and piano. [13566 

© July 25. 1918 ; 1 c. July 27, 1918 ; 
E 421424 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, ltd., 
London. 
Souveneb-serenade ; raise, arr. from 
Drdla's celebrated violin solos, by F. 
Aldrich [of U. S.] ; piano. New 
York. Will Wood. [13567 

© July 15. 1918 ; 2 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 4275S7 ; De Luxe music co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Spencer (Vernon) Six poetic study 
pieces without octaves ; for children, 
by V. Spencer [of England, domiciled 
at Los Angeles] op. 21 : piano. 
(Scholastic series, v. 31) Con- 
tents : — 1. The bird at the window.— 
2. The swan on the river. — 3. The 
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Spencer (Vernon) — Continued. 

wanderer and the nightingale. — 5. 
The dancing bear. — 6. Children's 
evening song. [13568 

© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427516; G. Schirnier, inc., New 
York. 
Speranza (Hope) ; solo for diapason, 
by Pietro A. Yon [of U. S.] ; organ, 
obi. 8vo. (Twelve divertimenti, no. 
4) [13569 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427919; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 
Spirit of democracy ; patriotic march, 
by R. H. Wagner [of U. S.] ; piano. 
St. Louis, Shattinger piano & music 
eo. [13570 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 427091; Richard H. Wagner, St. 
Louis. 
Spirit (The) of mankind; patriotic 
play pageant, words and music by 
G. Benedict [of TJ. S], with parts arr. 
by Leslie Loth and W. Henrv Baker. 
[13571 
© 1 c. Aug. 3. 1918; D 19S61 ; 
George Benedict, Richmond. 
Spirit (The) of the TJ. S. A.; words 
and music by P. L. Specht [of U. S.l 
[13572 
© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5. 1918 ; 
E 426940; Paul Levi Specht, Read- 
ing, Pa. 
Spirit's (The) sword forever; words 
and music by E. T. Cassel [of TJ. S.] 
[13573 
© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427674; Denver camp of Gideons, 
Denver. 
Spring; after verses by Longfellow, 
music by Percy E. Fletcher [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. (Reflections, no. 2) 
[13574 
© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 421329 ; Novello & co., London. 
Spring memories. See Massenet 

(Jules Emile Frederic) 
Spring (A) song; unison song, words 
by George Eliot, music by Harold 
Darke [of Great Britain]. 4to. (Ed- 
ward Arnold's series ed. by Thomas 
F. Dunhill, no. 21) [13575 

© June 11, 1918 ; 1 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 421255; Edward Arnold, London. 
Springtide (A) ecstacy; intermezzo, 
by Harrison Archer [of TJ. S.] ; orch. 
[13576 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426951; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 



Springtime and Swinging along ; fox- 
trot, from Ziegfeld's midnight frolic, 
by Dave Stamper, arr. by Stephen O. 
Jones [of TJ. S.] ; orch. 4to. [13577 
© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 428838; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Springtime's peace; words by B. W. 
Stockland, music by Leo Friedman 
[of TJ. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [13578 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429134; Berenice Ward Stock- 
land, Glenwood City, Wis. 

Stand behind the boys ; words and 
music by P. A. Engle [of TJ. S.] 

[13579 
© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 427046; 
Prise A. Engle, Carlos, Ind. 

Stand behind the man behind the 

gun; words and melody by L. Sully 

[of U. S.] [13580 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427475; 

Lew Sully, Chicago. 

Stand by the Stars and Stripes ; 
words and music by Edward Schaaf 
[of TJ. S.] [13581 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; E 428889 ; Ed- 
ward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Stand by your Uncle Sammy ; words 

by F. Hullinger, music by Maude 

McFerran Price [of U. S.] [13582 

© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 428598; 

Flora Hullinger, Hotchkiss, Col. 

Star of hope; words by K. M. Fargo, 
music by E. W. Dewey [of TJ. S.] 
Redlands, Cal., Redlands music shop. 
[13583 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428642; Kate Mills Fargo & Eva 
Wolcott Dewey, Redlands, Cal. 

Star (The) of Norwood; book of 
manuscripts, by A. O'Malley [of TJ. 
S.] ; violin, flute and piccolo, obi. 
12mo. [13584 

© 1 c. July 3, 1918; E 427063; 
Anthony O'Malley, Raynham Center, 
Mass. 

Star-Spangled Banner. See Griffes 
(Charles T.) Six patriotic songs. 

Star (The) Spangled Banner that 
waves far and wide ; words and mu- 
sic by J. M. Rowan [of TJ. S.], arr. 
by Robert Van Sickle, Akron, O., 
Success music co. [135S5 

© June 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 427301 ; James M. Rowan. Akron, O. 



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Star (The) Spangled Banner, the 
flag of the world ; words and music 
by P. Flynn [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at Chicago] [1358G 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 429287; 
Patrick Flynn, Chicago. 
Star (The) that leads me home; 
words and music by F. J. Wilson [of 
England] [13587 
© July 16, 1918 ; 1 c. July 17, 1918 ; 
E 421367 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 
Stars (The) and Bars are waving; 
words and music by M. E. Patton [of 
U. S.], arr. by S. J. Mustol. [13588 
© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427929; Mary E. Patton, Gilroy, 
Cal. 
Stars (The) and Stripes lead on; 
march militaire, words and music by 
E. A. Leatzow [of U. S.], ace. by W. 
T. Welch [of U. S.] [13589 
© July 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 1918 ; 
E 427396; Elizabeth Allen Leatzow, 
Washington. 
Stars (The) and Stripes of Old 
Glory; words and music by T. P. 
White [of U. S.] Washington, D. C, 
George Edgar Johnson. [13590 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428967 ; T. P. White, Washington. 
Stars of France set me dreaming of 
you ; words by Ray E. Zachman, mu- 
sic by R. E. and Ruth E. Zachman 
[of U. S.], arr. by Ruth E. Zachman. 
[13591 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429398; 
Ray E. & Ruth E. Zachman, Perrys- 
burg, O. 
Startled; words by George Bancroft 
Duron, 2nd, music by James Bur- 
roughs [of U. S.] New York, J. F. 
Schroeder. [13592 
© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 430006; James J. McGuire, jr., 
Newark, N. J. 
State (The) war board ; words by 
Mrs. F. M. Kerr, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [13593 
© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428813; Mrs. F. M. Kerr. Bucy- 
rus. O. 

Stealer (The) ; words by Lee Nichols, 
music by E. E. Freer [of U. S.], op. 
27, no. 6 ; high voice. Chicago, Clay- 
ton F. Summy co. [13594 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429161; Eleanor Everest Freer, 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
music] 



Still reap on ; hymn, words by James 
Rowe, music by R. L. Stuckey [of 
U. S.] [13595 

© June 6. 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427311; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 
Stop and see our gallant soldiers 
marching forward to war; words 
and music by D. Davidson [of U. S., 
arr. by Arthur Bowers, of U. S.] 

[13596 
© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427340; 
D. Davidson, Spokane, Wash. 
Stop your camouflaging with me. 
See They'll be whistling it all over 
town [and] Stop your camouflaging 
with me. 
Storm music ; by Otto Langey [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Music for the photo- 
play, no. 5) [13597 
© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 23. 1918 ; 
E 427539 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
Stornelli c' 'o ppfpe; versi di Tony 
Ferrazzano, musica di L. Donadio 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
canto e mandolino. New York, So- 
cieta' libraria itaiiana. [13598 
© Aug. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 430070: Italian book co., New 
York. 
Stornelli della moglie; versi di Tony 
Ferrazzano, musica di G. Giannelli 
[of Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
canto e mandolino. New York, 
Societa' libraria itaiiana. [13599 
© Aug. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 430072 ; Italian book co., New York. 
Stripes (The) and Stars ; words by L. 
W. Mattox. music by Bessie El mare 
fof U. S.] [13600 
© July 15. 1918 ; 2 c. July 13. 1918 ; 
E 428649 ; L. W. Mattox, Andalusia. 
Ala. 
Struggle (The) afar; words by J. W. 
Dowling. music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13601 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429034 ; J. 
W. Dowling, Chicopee Falls, Mass. 
Summer showers: intermezzo, by 
Frederic Knigbt Logan [of U .S.] ; 
Piano. [13602 
© July 15, 191S ; 2 c. July 18. 1918 ; 
E 428723; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 
Summertime of long ago; words by 
Rose De Vaux-Royer, music by Flor- 
ence Turner-Maley [of U. S.], high. 
[13603 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Julv 9, 1918 ; 
E 42S586; Huntzinger & Dilworth, , 
New York. 



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13621 



Sunny Alberta; words and music by 
M. H. Greiner [of Canada] Winni- 
peg, Whaley, Royce & co. [13604 
© July 29, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 421432; M. H. Greiner, Wetaski- 
win, Canada. 

Sunny (The) sunshine song; words 
and music by Wilson George [of 
England] [13605 

© July 2, 1918 ; 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 421350; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

Sunset; after verses by Longfellow, 
music by Percy E. Fletcher [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. (Reflection, no. 3.) 

[13606 
© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 421330 ; Novello & co., London. 

See also Declining day. 

Sunset (The) march ; by G. G. Swy- 

ers [of U. S.] ; piano. [13607 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427604; 

George Grant Swyers, Petaluma, 

Cal. 

Sunset vat.se; melody by G. Busto [of 

Belgium, domiciled in New York] ; 

instrumental. [13608 

© 1 c. July 11, 1918; E 428620; 

Gory Busto, New York. 

Sunshine; hesitation waltz, by C. H. 
Hancock [of England, domiciled at 
Chicago], arr. by Harry L. Alford 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [13609 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 428721; 
Cyril Harrison Hancock, Chicago. 

Sunshine all the while; words by 

Helen Taylor, music by Daniel Wood 

[of England] ; in E fiat. [13610 

© July 9, 1918 ; 1 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 421326 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Surrender; Avords by Amelia Jo- 
sephine Burr, music by Herbert 
Fryer [of England] ; high, in G. 

[13611 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427896; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Swan on the river. See Spencer 
(Vernon) Six poetic study pieces 
without octaves. 

Swany River lullaby; words and 

melody by W. M. Haskins [of U. S.] 

[13612 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; E 427779 ; W. 

M. Haskins, Deming, N. M. 



Swat the Hun ; words by J. J. John- 
son and H. A. Sorrell, melody by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] [13613 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427854; 
Jos. J. Johnson and Henry A. Sorrell, 
Represa, Cal. 

Sweet Lila Lee ; words and music by 
F. Retlaw [of U. S.] [13614 

© 1 c. July 13, .1918; E 428658; 
Stanley Walter Krebs, New York. 

Sweet little buttercup; one-step, by 
Paley, played by Donald Makay [of 
U. S.] assisted by W. E. D. ; in A flat. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, 
X101043) [13615 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428848; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Sweet (A) magnolia blossom from 
sunny Tennessee; words by G. 
Quinn and B. Booth, music by C. 
Franz Koehler [of U. S.] [13616 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427838; 
Germain Quinn and Billy Booth. 
Minneapolis. 

Sweet memories of Ireland; words 
and melody by A. W. Hanush [of 
U. S.], arr. by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [13617 

© 1 c. July 13, 1918 ; E 428664 ; A. 
W. Hanush, Export, Pa. 

Sweet, sweet lady; words by Frank 
L. Stanton, music bv Charles Gilbert 
Spross [of U. S.] ; low. [13618 

© July 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 27. 1918 ; 
E 428923; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Sweeter every moment ; hymn, words 
and music by H. Lillenas [of Nor- 
way, domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[13619 
© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. June 29, 1918 ; 
E 426819; Haldor Lillenas, Auburn, 
111. 

Sweetest (The) thought is Yankee 
land ; words and melody by M. Earth 
[of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. Alford 
[of U. S.] [13620 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; E 4278S2 ; Max 
Barth, Chicago. 

Sweetheart dear — the parting time 
is here; words by M. Remmel, jr.. 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [13621 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428799; Math Remmel, jr., Mil- 
waukee. 



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Sweetheart, I want you; words and 

music by Elsie Deremeaux [of U. S.] 

[13622 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427222; 

Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Sweetheart of mine ; words and music 

by F. Retlaw [of U. S.] [13623 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; E 427999; 

Stanley Walter Krebs, New York. 

Swing in line; words and music by 

H. H. Byron and C. D. Byron [of 

U. S.] [13624 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 

E 426866 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Swinging ; by Reuben J. Haskin [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [13625 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 426978 ; Jos. Krolage music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Sword (The) of might; words and 
arr. of music by B. Berk, melody by 
Julian de Vere (Floda Fisher) of 
U. S.] [13626 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E 427122; 
B. Berk, Orange, N. J. 

Synagogue recitative; words of He- 
brew prayer, music by S. Weisser [of 
Russia, domiciled at New York] Svo. 
[13627 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428450; Samuel Weisser, New 
York. 

Tabs ; selection from Tabs, by Ivor No- 
vello [of England], arr. by Albert 
W. Ketelbey [of England] ; piano. 

[1362S 
© June 14, 191S ; 1 c. July 16. 1918 ; 
E 421359 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Tackin' em down : from Ziegfeld fol- 
lies 1918, words by Bud De Sylva, 
music by Albert Gamble [of U. S.] 
[13629 
© July 3. 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427031 ; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 
New York. 

Tag. .See Schumann (Robert Alexan- 
der) Children's pieces. 

Take a chance for Uncle Sammy ; 
words by J. R. Schroeter, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13630 
© July 3, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429251; Mrs. Jappy R. "Schroeter. 
Centralia, 111. 



Take me back among the heather: 
words and music by L. M. Crockett 
[of U. S.] [13631 

© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. May 22, 1918 ; 
E 427830; Lulu M. Crockett. Walla 
Walla, Wash. 

Take off your hat to the Sammies: 
words and music by E. G. Cahoon 
[of U. S.] Seattle, Craig music press. 
[13632 
© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 191S ; 
E 42S461; Earl George Cahoon, 
Boise, Id. 

Take off your hat when the flag 
goes by; words and music by C. F. 
Weigle [of U. S.] Chicago, Meyer & 
bro. [13633 

© July 17. 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 1918 : 
E 427400: Charles F. Weigle, Chi- 
cago. 

Take your stand for Jesus; words 
and music by A. Bailey [of U. S.] 
Svo. [13634 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 17. 
1918; E 427344; A. Bailey, Clarks- 
burg, W. Va. 

Tambourin ; by Jean Phillipe Rauieau, 
transcribed by Arthur Hartmann [of 
U. S.] ; violin and piano. (Master- 
pieces for the violin with piano ac- 
companiment, no. 15206) [13635 
© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26. 1918 : 
E 427721 ; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 

Tank (The) ride; characteristic im- 
pression, by Adolf Lotter [of Aus- 
tria] ; orch. and piano. 4to. 

[13636 

© May 11, 1918 ; 1 c. June 4, 1918 ; 

E 421364 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Taps ; words and music by M. Sargent 

[of U. S.] : with quartette for mixed 

voices and for male voices. [13637 

© ] c. Aug. 2. 1918: E 427S91 : 

Marian Sargent. Lincoln, Neb. 

words by Lizette W. Reese, music 

by Rosalie Housman [of U. S.] ; 
medium voice. [13638 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429165; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 

Teach me, O Lord, the way of Thy 
statutes; words from the Bible, 
music by W. Berwald [of r. s.l ■ 
Low. [13639 

© July 6. 1918 : 2 c. July 11. 1918 : 
E 428625; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 



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Tell her I was smiling when I said 
my last good-bye ; words by H. Wal- 
ters, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13640 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429244; Harry Walters, Pamona, 
Cal. 

Tell the East the West is coming ; 
words by Frank A. Gause, music by 
Charles H. White [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Laurel octavo, no. 
116) [13641 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 1918 ; 
E 428750; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. 

PCendee thoughts ; serenade d'amour, 
by A. M. Lo Scalzo [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; piano. [13642 
© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427797; Anthony Michael Lo 
Scalzo, New York. 

Test (The) of the heart; words by 
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, music by 
Charles Huerter [of U. S.] [13643 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429171; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Texas fox trot ; by David W. Guion, 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. 4to. [13644 

© Apr. 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427379 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 

U. S.] ; military band. 4to. [13645 
© May 11, 1918 : 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427377 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Thank God, they come; the song of 
our Allies, inarching song, words and 
music bv W. J. Millard [of U. S.] 
New York. Charles H. Kirk. [13646 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 430004; William J. Millard, New 
York. 

That baby boy ; words by H. C. Smith, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13647 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427465; 

Harry C. Smith, Philadelphia. 

That dippy Dixie band ; words and 

music by Harry Carleton and Jay 

Whidden [of England] [13648 

© July 29, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

E 421493 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 



That good old U. S. smile; words by 

Harry C. Wood, music by F. W. 

Howes [of U. S.] [13649 

© 1 c. June 26, 1918; E 427026; 

Frederick W. Howes, Taunton, Mass. 

That liberty band; words and music 
by O. E. Henry [of U. S.] [13650 
© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 429288; 
Orrin E. Henry, Tyrell, O. 

That little tune; words and music 
by Mrs. J. V. Spring, sr. [of U. S.] 
[13651 
© 1 c. July 30, 1918; E 428945; 
Mrs. John V. Spring, sr., San An- 
tonio. 

That's a motfier's goodnight pray'e ; 
words by P. J. Manning, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13652 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427434; 
P. J. Manning, Jersey City. 

That's the best thing I do ; words by 

R. A. Browne, music by G. Shepard 

[of U. S.] [13653 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427335; 

Gaylord Shepard, Turlock, Cal. 

That's what Old Glory whispered to 
me ; words by I. Stinnett, music and 
arr. by S. Serrill [of U. S.] [13654 
© 1 c. May 20, 1918; E 430062; 
Irby Stinnett and Sylvia Serrill, Bay 
City, Tex. 

That's why heaven sent me you; 
words and music by Harry D. Kerr 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, Edw. L. 
Ballenger music pub. co. [13655 

© June 15, 1918; 1 c. June 25, 
1918; 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427177; 
Los Angeles music pub. co., Los An- 
geles. 

That Starry Spangled Banner; 
words by Henry Hughson, music by 
J. Mustert [of U. S.] [13656 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426966 ; Jacques Mustert, Livings- 
ton, Mont. 

That syncopated rag ; words and mel- 
ody by W. W. Hall [of U. S.], arr. 
by J. Russel Robinson [of U. S.] 

[13657 
© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 426944; 
Wendell W. Hall, Chicago. 

That Uncle Sam's war melody; words 
and music by Mrs. C. P. Phillips [of 
U. S.] [13658 

© 1 c. July 11, 191S; E 428630; 
Mrs. Cbarles P. Phillips, Springfield. 
Mass. 



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That wonderful mother of mine ; by 
Walter Goodwin, arr. by Geo. J. Trin- 
kaus [of U. S] ; vocal orch. in C. 4to. 
[13659 
© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 427512 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

words by Clyde Hager, music by 

Walter Goodwin [of U. S.] [13660 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 

E 426991 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. 

Them jazzin' blues ; words and music 

by C. Beetho [of U. S.] [13661 

© 1 c. June 29, 1918; E 426817; 

Chas. Beetho, Kansas City, Mo. 

Then was when I learned to pray; 
words and music by Mrs. B. Baxter 
[of U. S.] Sedalia, Mo., A. W. 
Perry's sons. [13662 

© June 11, 1918; 2 c. June 18, 
1918 ; E 427548 ; Mrs. Burns Baxter, 
Cleo Springs, Okla. 

There is no hyphen in my heart ; by 
A. H. Edwards and J. M. Fabricant 
[of U. S.], arr. by Christopher 
O'Hare ; military band. 4to. [13663 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 429401 ; Ariadne Holmes Edwards 
and Josephine M. Fabricant, New 
York. 

words by J. M. Fabricant, music 

by A. H. Edwards [of U. S.] New 
York, Luckhardt & Belder. [13664 
© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427841 ; Ariadne Holmes Edwards 
and Josephine M. Fabricant, New 
York. 

There is no love like the love of 
Jesus ; sacred duet, words by W. E. 
Little wood, music by W. Berwald [of 
U. S.] ; sop. and alto. [13665 

© June 12, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427741; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

There is no one like a mother after 

all ; words and music by J. L. Bell 

[of IT. S.] [13666 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918; E 428447; 

Jessa Lynn Bell, Tulsa, Okla. 

There'll be a hot time for the old 
men; one-step, by Meyer, played by 
Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in C. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, 
X101244) [13667 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 13, 1918 ; 
E 428870; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 



There'll be joy for all ; hymn, words 
and music by J. M. Henson [of U. S.] 
[13668 
© June 6. 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427312; R. E. Winsett, Chatta- 
nooga. 

There'll be no German Kaiser ; words 
by W. C. Freeland, music by Geo. D. 
Barnard [of U. S.] Lomax, 111., Asso- 
ciate music pub's. [13669 
© May 8, 1918 ; 2 c. June 3, 1918 ; 
E 428674; William C. Freeland, 
Lomax, 111. 

There'll be peace some day ; words by 
L. Mighell, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13670 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427633; 
L. Mighell, Washta, la. 

There's a charm of dear old Ireland 
in your eyes ; from Marry in haste, 
words and music by George H. 
Gartlan [of U. S.] [13671 

© Aug. 2. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429094 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

There's a cross in my window to- 
night ; words by C. Davis, music arr. 
by Otto Merz [of U. S.] Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Liberty music co. [13672 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429267; Cliff Davis, Pittsburgh. 

There's a cross in the window ; words 
and music by J. W. Whealton [of 
U. S.] [13673 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427044; J. W. Whealton, Rich- 
mond. 

There's a cross on the road to Ber- 
lin ; words by W. H. Falls, music by 
Al. Wallace Beatty [of U. S.] [13674 
© 1 c. Dec. 21, 1917; E 428875; 
William Hallen Falls, Rochester, 
N. Y. 

There's a flag calling me; words by 
P. M. Bennett, music by Arthur Heft 
[of Switzerland] [13675 

© Feb. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1918 ; 
E 428935; Pearl Marguerite Ben- 
nett, San Francisco. 

There's a girl back home waiting 
for me ; words and music by E. Wil- 
liams [of U. S.] . [13676 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427820; 
Ernest Williams, Milwaukee. 

There's a good time coming by and 
by ; words and music by J. T. Case- 
beer [of U. S.] [13677 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 429114: 
James T. Casebeer, Washington. 



842 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8. 191S 



13694 



tE'S V LITTLE BTJTTEBFLY IN NOB- 

mandy : words and music by Harold 
Shaw [of U. S.] Los Angeles. C. W. 
Hatch music pub. co. [1367S 

me 25. 1918 ; 2 c. June 10, 191S ; 
E 426860 ; Chas. W. Hatch, Los An- 
geles. 
There's a longing in my heart for 
you: words and music by W. Becker 
[of U. S.] [13679 

© 1 c. July S, 1918 : E 426995 ; Wil- 
liam Becker. Forest Park. 111. 
There's a lump of sugar down in 
Dixie : foxtrot, by Gumble. played by 
Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in E flat. 
i Rythmodik record music rolls, J. 
101- [136S0 

© Feb. 20. 1918 : 2 c. July 10. 191S ; 
E 427131: Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 
There's a service flag flying at our 
house: one-step, by Brown, played 
by Donald Makay [of U. S.] ; in B 
flat < Rythmodik record music rolls, 
X 101143) [13681 

© Jan. 20, 1918 : 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 42714S; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

There's going to be another Inde- 
pendence day : words and music by 
Jesse Winne [of U. S.] [13682 

© Aug. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. S, 1918 ; 
E 430013: Winlee music CO.. New 
York. 
There's no oxe here to miss me, 
when I go over there ; words and 
music by H. C. Hardley [of U. S.], 
arr. by Billy James [of U. S.] 

[13683 
© July 29. 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429311; H. C. Hardley. Philadel- 
phia. 
There's nobody' home but me ; words 
bv Sam Ehrlich, music by Con Con- 
rad [of U.S.] [13684 
© 1 c. July 13, 1918; E 428834; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

There's nothing left for us to do 

but fight, fight, fight ; words and 

music by Carlton Hughes [of U. S.] 

[13685 

© 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; E 428606 ; G. 

Schirmer, inc., New York. 

There's sunshine after the rain ; 

words and music bv N. Colangelo [of 

U. S.] [13686 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429040; 

Nicholas Colangelo, Providence, R. I. 



| There won't be any' Kaiser any 
more ; words by H. J. Hancock, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music pub. 
co. [13687 

© June 21, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429133 ; H. J. Hancock, East Liv- 
erpool, O. 

These three words, I love you ; words 

and music by J. Sutherland [of U. S.] 

Boston, Louis H. Ross. [13688 

© June 19, 1918 ; 2 c. July IS, 1918 ; 

E 428722 ; James Sutherland, Boston. 

They are calling our boys ; words by 
M. T. Moore, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13689 
© June 13, 191S ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 429122 ; Mrs. G. T. Moore, Jones- 
boro, Ark. 

They are just like boys that your 
granny knew in the days of '61; 
words by M. Whittaker, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13690 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427959; 
Mable Whittaker, Trenton, N. J. 

They die, yet live forever ; words by 

H. I. J. McGough, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13691 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429029 ; H. 

I. J. McGough, Hamilton, Canada. 

They'll be honored for where 
they've been ; words and music by 
J. T. Beattie [of U. S.], arr. by John 
B. Hartranft [of U. S.] [13692 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427824; 
John T. Beattie, Philadelphia. 

They'll be mighty proud in Dixie of 
thelr old black Joe; words and 
music by Harry Carroll [of U. S.] 
arr. by Rube Bennett [of U. S.] 



© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427526; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

They'll be whistling it all over 
town ; one step from Words and 
music, intro. Everything looks rosy 
and bright; by Jean Schwartz and 
E. R. Goetz, arr. by T. M. Taylor [of 
U. S. ; military band. 4to. [13694 
© Mar. 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427372 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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They'll be whistling it all over 
town — Continued. 

[and] Stop your camouflaging 

with me; one-step from Words and 

music by Schwartz, played by Victor 

Arden assisted by AV. E. D. [of U. S.] 

(Rythmodik record music rolls, J 

19305) [13695 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 

E 427141 ; Rythmodik music Corp., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

interpretation.] 

They'll know we're over bye and 

bye; words by Will Dillon, music 

by Arthur Lange [of U. S.] [13696 

© Aug. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 

E 429316; Joe Morris music co., 

New York. 

They're all after me; words by T. 

August, music by W. R. McKanlass 

[of U. S.] [13697 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July IS. 1918 ; 

E 428732; Thomas August, Battle 

Creek, Mich. 

They're calling us ; words and music 

by B. C. Freeman [of U. S.]. [13698 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429459; 

Bertha C. Freeman, Bayside, N. Y. 

They're there; words and music by 

M. I. Redder [of U. S.] [13699 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918; E 427877; 

Michael I. Redder, New York. 

They shall not pass; words by H. 

Coates, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] - [13700 

© 1 c. June 15, 191S; E 426557; 

H. Coates, New Orleans. 

Thine own lovely eyes ; words and 

music by J. S. Murphy [of U. S.] 

[13701 
© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429231; James Sanborn Murphy, 
Ft. Madison, la. 

Think again ; from Tabs, words by 
Ronald Jeans, music by Ivor Novello 
[of England] [13702 

© June 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421354 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Think of me ; words by B. Booth, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13703 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427495; 

Brooks Booth, Newcomerstown, O. 

Think of me at twilight ; words by 

J. K. Wiseman, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13704 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427935; 

Julia K. Wiseman, San Francisco. 



Think of your mother at home; 
words by E. Tart, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago 111.. 
North American music pub. co. 

[13705 
© June 13, 191S; 2 c. June 22, 
1918; E 428766; Emily Tart. Tren- 
ton. N. J. 

Thinking of you; words and music by 

Kathryn Sisson [of U. S.] [13706 

© July 30, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 

E 429150; A. W. Perry's sons. Se- 

dalia. Mo. 

Third (The) liberty loan; words by 
Gaetano Scammacca, music by O. 
Alliegro [of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn] [13707 

© 1 c. July 15, 191S; E 428914; 
Carmela Alliegro, Brooklyn. 

Thirteenth (A) century prayer; 
words by Bruce Malaher. music by 
Charles H. Lloyd [of England] obi. 
16mo. (Parish choir book. no. 951) 
[1370S 
© July 15, 1918 ; 1 c. July 10. 1018 : 
E 421352 ; Novello & co., London. 

This heart o' mine ; words and music 
by F. W. Poole [of U. S.] [13709 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 428983; 
Fred W. Poole. Boston. 
This is a mighty day ; words and mu- 
sic by E. M. De Konza [of U. S.] 

[13710 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; E 429389 ; E. 
M. De Konza, Kansas City, Mo. 

Thistledown ; by Louis Adolphe 
Coerne [of U. S.] op. 103, no. 3; 
piano. ( Seven recreative studies, no. 
3) [13711 

© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429199; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

violin and piano. [13712 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 42917S; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Those brave Canadians ; words by R. 
Grant, music by J. E. Andino [of U. 
S.] [13713 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 525554; 
Rose Grant, Shawinigan Falls, Can- 
ada. 

Those wonderful eyes ; words by B. 
R. Powel, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13714 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427280; 
Benjamin R. Powel, Baltimore. 



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no. S, 1918 



13732 



Thou immortal night; words by 
Mina Verne Hammer, music by Meta 
Schumann [of U. S.] ; high voice. 
[13715 
© June 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426953; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Same. [13716 

© July 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427766; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 
Thoughts from over there; words 
and music by Mrs. B. Jones [of U. 
S.] [13717 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427626; 
Mrs. Bush Jones, San Antonio. 
Thoughts of home ; words by Mrs. M. 
R. Fearey, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13718 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429058; 
Mrs. Mayheth R. Fearev. Mosida, 
Utah. 
Three (The) bonds ; words by Ann W. 
Walker, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13719 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427281; 
C. Schiadaressi, Baltimore. 
Three cheees for old U. S. A. ; words 
and music by M. J. Howe [of U. S.] 
[13720 
© 1 c. June 26, 1918; E 428286; 
Maude Johnson Howe, Bartow, Fla. 
Three cheees for the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by A. A. Kuester [of IT. S.] 
[13721 
- © June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426943 ; Adolph A. Kuester, Brook- 
lyn. 

words by Babelle Reinhardt [i. e., 

Babelle Reinhardt Mendes], music by 
Henry de Sola Mendes [of U. S.] 

[13722 
© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427174; Gotham pub. co., New 
York. 

Three cheers for U. S. A. ; words and 

music by E. R. Woodmansee [of U. 

S.| [13723 

© 1 c. Aug. 13. 1918; E 430064; 

Ella R. Woodmansee, Seattle. 
Three greatest nations of all. See 

Three noblest Romans of all. 
Three (The) noblest Romans of all; 

or, The three greatest nations of all ; 

words and music by Julian Hall 

Rhodes, sr. [of U. S.] Chicago, .lack 

Hall music pub. CO. [13724 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c Aug. 5, 1918 ; 

E 429235 ; J. H. Rhodes, sr., pub. co., 

Chicago. 



Through the lines ; words by H. Row- 
ley, music by Leo Friedman [of U. 
S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [13725 

© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 
E 428780 ; Herbert Rowley, Uxbridge, 
Mass. 

Thumbs up, thumbs down ; from the 
musical comedy Look pleasant, words 
by Ballard MacDonald, music by 
Harry Piani [of U. S.] [13726 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. July 30, 1918 ; 
E 428936; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Thyre the fair ; choral ballad, words 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
William Lester [of U. S.] op. 52, no. 
2; baritone solo and mixed chorus. 
4to. [13727 

© July 23, 191S ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 427582 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Tickle (The) toe; from Going up, by 
Hirsch, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.] ; in E flat. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls. J 101223) [13728 
© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427136; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

[and] If you look in her eyes; 

fox-trot, from Going up, by Hirsch, 
played by Victor Arden [of U. S.] 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, J 
19325) [13729 

© Feb. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427138; Rythmodik music Corp., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Tighten your belt and give them a 
welt and I'll be peoud of you; 
words and music by F. L. Gintv [of 
U. S.] [13730 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; E 427242 ; F. 
L. Ginty, Boston. 

Till I'm called by the Master above ; 
by Ernest R. Ball, arr. by Geo. J. 
I Trinkaus [of U. S.] ; vocal orch. in 
E flat. 4to. [13731 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 191S ; 
E 427513 : M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

words bv James Donohue. music 

by Ernest R. Ball [of U. S.] [13732 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6. 1918 ; 
E 426992 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



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Till the last rose of summer fades 
away ; words by O. L. Boucher, mu- 
sic bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[13733 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427668; 
Olen L. Boucher, Hot Springs, N. M. 

Till we have pushed them out of 
France; words and music by G. W. 
Richie [of U. S.] New York, Hard- 
ing's music house. [13734 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 24. 1918 ; 
E 429337 ; Georgie Weld Richie, Or- 
ange, N. J. 

Tillie ; from the musical comedy Some- 
where in America, words and music 
by Morland bros. [of U. S.] Adrian, 
Mich., Moreland bros. song foundry. 
[13735 
© July 29. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 
E 428955; Moreland bros.. Adrian, 
Mich. 

Tim Rooney's at the fightin' ; part- 
song, words and music by Norah 
Flynn, arr. by Clarence Lucas [of 
U. S.] 4to. 1. Male voices. 2. Band. 
[13736, 13737 
© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. each July 10, 
1918 ; E 428615. 428616 ; Chappell & 
co.. ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Time for play; polka, by Bert. R. 
Anthony [of U. S.] op. 118. no. 1; 
piano. (When spring comes, no. 
1520S) [13738 

© June 12. 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427746; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Time will bring peace and you, dear ; 
words by Kate Gibson, music by Vin- 
cent Shaw [of U. S.] ; no. 1, in B 
flat. [13739 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429341 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Tix<;-a-ling ; words by Jessica Moore, 
music by Geo. L. Spaulding [of 
U. S.] ; piano, six hands, words ad 
lib. (Three friends favorite piano- 
forte compositions for six hands, no. 
15362) [13740 

© June 12. 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427679; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Tip your hat ; words by Mrs. E. Wade, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13741 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427960; 

Mrs. Edwin Wade, Mt. Vernon, Ind. 

'Tis me, O Lord. See Negro folk-songs. I 

846 



TO ARMS FOR RIGHT AND FREEDOM ; WOrdS 

and music by J. B. Rudolph [of 
U. S.] New York, F. B. Haviland 
pub. co. [13742 

© June 27, 1918 ; 2 c. June 28, 1918 ; 
E 426956; John B. Rudolph. New 
York. 

To daisies; part-song, words by Her- 
rick, music by Cynthia C. Cox [of 
England] ; three women's voices. 4to. 
(Part songs, no. 92) [13743 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 421409 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

TO DEFEND THE GOOD OLD RED, WHITE 

and Blue; words by J. J. Holly, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13744 

© lc. July 20, 1918; E 427435; 

Joseph J. Holly, Smock, Pa. 
To Dixie we will go; words by Mrs. 

B. L. Johnson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13745 

© lc. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429452; 

Mrs. B. L. Johnson, Kensington, Pa. 
To France; march, words and music 

by G. Quintano [of U. S.]. [13746 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 428884; Giacomo Quintano. New 

York. 

To France, to France, to France: 
war recruiting song, words and 
music by M. B. Vanderwater [of 
U. S.] [13747 

© 1 c. July 18. 1918; E 429221; 
Mary Brayton Vanderwater, Chi- 
cago. 

To Madelon; words by Kenneth L. 
Roberts, music by Louis Koemnien- 
ich [of U. S.] ; high. [13748 

© June 24, 1918; 2 c. June 25 
1918: E 42672S; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

To our heroes in arms ; words by 
J. H. Emerson, music by J. E. An- 
dino [of U. S.] [13749 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426572; 
J. H. Emerson, International Falls, 
Minn. 

To pay respects that's due; words 
by W. C. O'Reilly, music by Robert 
H. Brennen [of U. S.] New York, 
Hardings music house. [13750 

© June 24, 1918; 2 c. July 6, 
1918; E 427023: William C. O'Reilly, 
Rome. N. Y. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1918 



13767 



TO PROTECT OUR OWN RED, WHITE AND 

Blue; words by B. E. Suydam, mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American mu- 
sic pub. co. [13751 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 : E 4287(8 ; Bessie E. Suydam, 
Canton, 111. 

To save the world ; words by A. Rob- 
inson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13752 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427265; 
Arthur Robinson, Toronto, Canada. 

To the boy of your heart ; words and 
music by A. McAuley [of U. S.] 
Estes Park, Col., The Yores. 

[13753 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429234; Alberta McAulev. Estes 
Park, Col. 

To the German sod; words by L. C. 
Pierce, music by Frank W. Ford [of 
TJ. S.] [13754 

© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 427479; Louise Cathern 
Pierce, Culpeper, Va. 

To the goldenrod ; words by M. H. 
Johnson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of IT. S.] [13755 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429448; 
Maurice H. Johnson, New York. 

To the nations ; words by J. C. 
Steuart, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub co. [13756 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 429119; J. C. Steuart, Ala- 
meda, Cal. 

To THE OLD FOLKS AND HOME, SWEET 

home; words by H. C. Groth, mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13757 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429086; 
Herman C. Groth, Brooklyn. 

To whom shall we go; hymn, words 
by T. O. Chisholm, music by Henry 
P. Morton [of U. S.] (In B. Y. P. 
U. of Texas. Seventeenth annual 
encampment program) [13758 

© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428712; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

To YOU, BOYS, WITH THE RED, WHITE 

and Blue ; words by M. E. Johnston, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [13759 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427464; 
May E. Johnston, Los Angeles. 



Together; words by Samuel Hoffin- 
stein, music by Anselm Goetzl [of' 
Austria] ; sop. (Three songs, no. 2) 
[13760 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429074 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Tom, Dick and Harry and Jack ; one- 
step, by Ager, played by Victor Ar- 
den and Thos. Griselle [of U. S.] ; in 
G. (Rythmodik record music rolls, 
X 101193) [13761 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427137; Rythmodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Tommy and Frenchy and Sammy 
that's me; words by C. Thompson, 
music by C. H. Jensen [of U. S.]. 

[13762 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 

E 428452 ; Chas. Thompson, Chicago. 

Too old to fight by golly ; words by 

Mrs. J. P. Johnson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.]. [13763 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427458; 

Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Buena Vista, Va. 

Top (The) o' the mornin' ; duet, by 
John Prindle Scott [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Irish sketches, no. 15327.) [13764 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427682; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Treasured (A) souvenir; here comes 
the bride, from the musical comedy 
Look pleasant, words by Ballard 
MacDonald. music by Harry Piani 
[of U. S.]. [13765 

© July 29, 1918; 2 c. July 30, 
1918; E 428937; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co.. inc., New York. 

Tree (The) of liberty; words by T. 
W. Ezzard, music arr. by T. R. C. 
Menge [of TJ. S.] [13766 

© June 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 427076; Thomas Ward Ezzard. 
Atlanta. 

Tric-trac; polka, de Paul Fosse, arr. 
par Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4 to. 

[13767 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421470; Societe franchise d'edi- 
tions musicales theatrales et cine- 
matographiques, Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 



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13768 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Trio on ancient Ikish folk-tunes ; by 
A Trowell [of England] op 32; 
piano, violin, and violoncello. 

[13768 
© Julv 30, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 
1918; E 421448; Arnold Trowell, St. 
Johns Wood, England. 

Tbios. See Mozarl (Wolfgang Aina- 
deus). 

Tripping the light fantastic; by 
Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Tinkle tunes, no. 15355.) [13769 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
191S; E 428939. Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Triumphal march ; by R. S. Mor- 
rison [of IT. S.] ; organ. (Organ 
composition, no. 15252.) [13770 

© June 12. 1918; 2 c July 26, 
1918; E 427706; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Trombone jazz ; words by Harold At- 
teridge. music by Jean Schwartz [of 
U. S.] [13771 

© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 ; 
E 427894; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

True (A) American: words by E. H. 
Seigle, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13772 
© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427934; 
Emma Holhert Seigle, Muscatine, la. 

True American woman, tfee I'm a 
true American woman. 

True blue; march song, words and 
music by T. Lewis [of U. S.] [13773 
© July 1, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429240; Thomas Lewis. Wilkes 
Barre, Pa. [Copyright is claimed 
on title page and chorus added.] 

Trumpet (The) call: part-song, 
words by P. J. O'Reilly, music by 
Wilfrid Sanderson, arr. by Sumner 
Salter [of U. S.] ; male voices. 4to. 
(Famous soncs for male voices, no. 
1276.) [13774 

© June 10. 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 42S06S; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Trumpet (The) of the Marne ; by E. 
Lazar [of U. S.] ; piano. [13775 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427484; 
Emil Lazar. Milwaukee. 



Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) Con- 
certo; by P. I. Tschaikowsky, op. 
35, rev. and fingered by Philipp 
Mittell [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
(Library of musical classics, v. 
1185.) [13776 

© Aug. S, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; 
E 429331; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. | Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and fingering] 

Nut-cracker (The); suite from 

the liallet by P. Tschaikowsky, op. 
71a, ed. by Constantin Sternberg [of 
U. S.], arr. by E. Langer ; piano, 4 
hands. (Library of musical classics, 
v. 1359). [13777 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 427181; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editorial revision and fingering, with 
new matter]. 

Tube rose schottische, by Chas. J. 
Wallace [of U. S.] ; piano. (Flowers 
of spring, no. 5). [13778 

© July 30, 1918 ; I c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428981; Thos. Goggan & hro., 
Houston. 

Tulip march ; by Chas. J. Wallace [of 
X'. S.] ; piano. (Flowers of spring, 
no. 6). [13779 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 42X080; Thos. Goggan & bro., 
Houston. 

Turbulence; by Gaston Borch [of U. 
S.] ; orch. (Berg's descriptive ser- 
ies). [13780 
© June 1. 1918 ; 2 c. July 24, 1918 ; 
E 427594 ; S. M. Berg, New York. 

'Twas .Tests: hymn, words and music 
by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] (In B. 
Y. P. U. of Texas. Seventeenth 
annual encampment program). 

[137S1 
© June 15. 191S ; 2 c. July 1, 191S ; 
E 428694; Robert H. Coleman, Dal- 
las. 

Twilight. Sec Declining day. 

Twilight tango; melody, by L. Spiel- 
man [of U. S.] [13782 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427845; 
Louis Spielman, Bronx, N. Y. 

Twinkle, brilliant service stab. See 
Two beautiful service songs for the 
home. 

Twit, twit, twit; words by Blanche 
Merrill, music by Jean Schwartz [of 
IT. S.] [13783 

© July 31, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 427892; Waterson. Berlin & 
Snyder co.. New York. 



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no. 8, 1918 



Ukulele chart; by F. L. Littig [of 

U. S.] [13784 

© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 

E 427584; Frank L. Littig, Los 

Angeles. 

Ukulele method ; [by] William Weis- 

haupt [of U. S.] 63 p. fol. [13785 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 

12, 1918; A 503084; Willis music 

co., Cincinnati. 

Uncle Sam ; words by C. H. Tyler, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [13786 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427442; 

Chas. H. Tyler, New York. 

words by M. F. Williams, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 
[13787 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427621; 
Mary F. Williams, Chicago. 

Uncle Sam and Jack Canuck; pa- 
triotic song, words and music by M. 
H. Greiner [of Canada] Winnipeg, 
Canada, Whalev, Rovce & co. 

[13788 
© July 25, 1918; 1 c. July 25, 
1918 ; E 421412 ; Magdalene Hammes 
Greiner, Wataskiwin, Canada. 

Uncle Sam is calling to-day; words 

by M. N. Jones, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13789 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427473; 

Myrtle North Jones, Percy, 111. 

Uncle Sam is hot ; words by G. H. 
Dorton, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13790 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428790 ; G. H. Dorton, Mis- 
sion, Tex. 

Uncle Sam is on the job ; words and 

music by E. Davenport [of U. S.] 

[13791 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427236; 

E. Davenport, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Uncle Sam is on the way ; words and 
music by R. S. Barlow [of U. S.] 

[13792 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429066; 
Raymond S. Barlow, Brooklyn. 

Uncle Sam to Kaisee Bill; words 
and music by W. C. Tichenor [of U. 
S.] [13793 

© July 29, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 427869; William Collette 
Tichenor. Lebanon, O. [Copyright is 
claimed on new matter.] 



Uncle Sam to the front; march of 
' liberty, by J. Roberts [of U. S.. 

domiciled in Italy] ; piano [13794 
© July 26, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 

1918; E 427876; Jack Roberts, Sac- 
ramento, Cal. 
Uncle Sam will strike the Kaiser 

out ; words and music by R. Dixon 

[of U. S.]. [13795 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 

E 429410; Robert Dixon, Castle, 

Mont. 
Uncle Sam, you're the man ; words 

and music by A. J. Collison [of 

U. S.]. [13796 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. July 2, 1918 ; 

E 426875; Albert James Collison, 

Trenton, N. J. 
Uncle Sammy's calling you; words 

by I. Hammond, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.]. [13797 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427267; 

Ina Hammond, Oklahoma City, Okla. 

Uncle Sammy's doughboys ; words by 

M. M. Walker, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.]. [13798 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E. 427263; 

Margaret M. Walker, Chicago. 

Uncle Sam's liberty boys ; words by 
O. G. Morin, jr., music by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.]. [13799 

© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E 430039; 
Ovide Grover Morin, jr., Old Town, 
Me. 

Under Old Glory I'll be there ; words 

bv A. Allison, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.]. [13800 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429359; 

Archie Allison, Walsenburgh, Colo. 

Under the balcony ; serenata, intro. 
Serenata by Moskowski, arr. by 
Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; pf. (Im- 
pressions in tone. no. 15249). 

[13801 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26. 

1918; E 427699; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Under the folds of Old Glory ; words 
by Rose Shipman, music by R. C. 
Edwards [of England]. [13802 

© July 8, 1918 ; 1 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 421332; R. Clarke Edwards, 
Rosumbe, England. 

Under the harvest moon ; words by 
C. E. Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1380,-v 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427262, 
Chas. E. Smith, Great Bend. Kan* 



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Underneath the amber sun ; words 
and music by Billy Baskette, Chuck 
Reisner aud Al Sweet [of U. S.] 

[13804 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429078 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Underneath the blood of Jesus; 
hymn, words and music by Haldor 
Lillenas [of Norway, domiciled at 
Auburn. 111.] [13805 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. June 19, 
191S ; E 427068 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Union and liberty; words by Oliver 
Wendell Holmes, music by Frederick 
A Stock [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
4to. [13806 

© June 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
191S; E 428612; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. 

U. S. is with you; words and music 
by A. L. Leisner [of U. S.] [13807 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. July 26, 1918 ; 
E 427571 ; Alice Laura Leisner, Ter- 
ra Cotta, 111. 

U. S. A. ; words and music by Mrs. S. 
L. May [of U. S.] [13808 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429465; 
Mrs. S. L. May, Philadelphia. 

U. S. A. (The) for mine; words by 
Mrs. C. H. Kemper, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[13809 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 428772 ; Mrs. C. H. Kemper, 
Fresno, Cal. 

U. S. A. forever; set to tune Dixie, 
words by Edmund Vance Cook, 
music by Dan Emmett [of U. S.] 
arr. by J. S. Zamecnik [of U. S.] 
4to. [13810 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 31. 1918 ; 
E 427S63; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

words by W. B. Brown, music by 

Dan Emmett [of U. S.] [13811 

© July 24, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 427873; Willis B. Brown, 
Los Angeles. 

U. S. A. (The) means heaven to me; 
words by C. A. Doak, music by Rob- 
ert Van Sickle [of U. S.] [13812 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429003 ; C. 
A. Doak, Omaha, Neb. 

U. S. A. victory ; march and one step, 
by D. M. Gittelson [of Russia, domi- 
ciled at New York] ; piano. [13813 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 17, 
1918; E 427341; David M. Gittel- 
son, New York. 



Universal democracy; or, The world 
must be free, words and music by 
Brayton Vanderwater [of U. S.] 

[13814 
© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426937; Mary B. Vanderwater, 
Chicago. 
Universal (The) war blame; words 
by F. Wotink, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [13815 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426544; 
Fred Wotink, Chicago. 
Until there's freedom in the world ; 
words by W. J. Walsh, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13816 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427247; 
W. J. Walsh, New Haven. 
Until you came to me ; words by Ed. 
Lockton, music by Harold Costin [of 
Great Britain] ; in E flat. [13817 
© June 29, 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918 ; E 421388 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Up with the Stars and Stripes ; 
words by G. L. Battersby, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[13S18 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428779; Geo. L. Battersby, 
Tulsa, Okla. 
Upon Mistress Susanna Southwell, 
her feet ; part-song, words by Her- 
rick, music by Cynthia C. Cox [of 
England] ; women's voices. 4to. 
(Part-songs, no. 93.) [13819 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
E 421408 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 
Usona's liberty song ; words and 
music by I. de S. Willis [of U. S.], 
ed. by Henry G. Miller. Los An- 
geles, Cal., Mission music pub. co. 

[13820 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1918 : 
E 429002; Irene de Silvie Willis, 
Los Angeles. 
Vagrant ; words by Elizabeth M. Din- 
widdie, music by Linn Seiler [of 
U. S.] op. 22, no. 3; high, in D. 

[13821 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 430009 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
Valley (The) of broken hearts; 
words and music by J. L. Fitzhenry 
nnd Andy Smith [of U. S.], arr. by 
Chas. H. Pattberg. [13822 

© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428459; John Leo Fitzhenry, Jer- 
sey City. 



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no. S, 1918 



13839 



Valley (The) of silence; words by 
L. Swaim-Johnson, music by Leo 
Friedman [of TJ. S.]. Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[13823 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 

1918 ; E 428793 ; Lovina Swaim-John- 

son, Lysite, Wyo. 

Valse brillante; by C. B. Stauffer 

[of U. S.] ; piano. Hagerstown, Md., 

Hagerstown music co. [13824 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 

p] 427775; Clara Bolinger Stauffer, 

Hagerstown, Md. 

Valse d'automne; de Paul Fosse, arr. 
par Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[13825 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421475; Ste franchise d'editions 
musicales the&trales et cinemato- 
graphiques, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Valse d'£te ; de Paul Fosse, arr. par 
Hmrs Ourdine [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. [13826 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421473; Ste. francaise d'editions 
musicales theatrales et cinemato- 
graphiques, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 
Valse d'etoille (Waltz of the day) ; 
by K. Dalgaard [of Denmark, domi- 
ciled at Atlantic City] ; piano. 

[13827 
© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 429285; 
Knud Dalgaard, Atlantic City. 

Valse inspiration ; by Harry Thomas 
and Wm. Eckstein [of Canada] ; 
piano. New York, Richmond pub- 
lisher. [13828 
© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430028 ; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 
Values ; another hour with thee, words 
bv Jessie Rittenhouse, music by 
Frederick W. Vanderpool [of U. S.]. 
[13829 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429076; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Venetian barcarolle; theme and ro- 
mance, by Earnest S. Golden [of 
U. S.], arr. by E. Luz [of U. S.] ; 
orch. A. B. C. concert edition. 



© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c July 2, 1918 ; 
E 426897 ; Photo play music co, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Venetian boat song; by W. Berwald 

[of U. S.] ; piano. (When school's 

out, no. 15307.) [13831 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427739; Theo. Presser co., 

' Philadelphia. 

Venezia; seul, par Reynaldo Hahn, 
arr. par Heugel [of France] ; violin. 
4to. (Selecta, no. 104) Contents: 
La Barcheta. — La Biondina. [13832 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421466; Heugel et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Verdun ; incident dramatique, par M. 

Gracey [of France] ; petit orch. 

avec piano conducteur. 4to. [13833 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 

E 421462; Smyth, Paris. 

Vers la lumiere; ouverture, de Ga- 
briel-Marie, arr. par Hans Ourdine 
[of France] orch. avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4 to. [13834 
© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. July 25, 1918 ; 
E 421469; S. Chapetier, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment]. 

Vesper hymn ; words by H. F. Lyte, 
music by Eric Delamarter [of TJ. 
S.] ; mixed voices, 4to. (Church 
music review, no. 479). [13835 

© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
191S; E 428758; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Vespers of the Virgin Mary ; sacred 
words, music by Frederick W. Good- 
rich [of U. S.] ; quartet and chorus. 
4to. [13836 

© June 14, 1918; 2 c. June 15, 
1918; E 426535; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Victory; words by C. W. Dieterich, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [13837 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 191.8; E 429473; 

Chas. W. Dieterich, Minneapolis. 

words by Jack Wilson and Ben 

Bard, music by M. K. Jerome [of 
U. S.] [13838 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426971; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

words by Margaret L. Allen. 

music by H. M. Arthur [of U. S.] 

[13S39 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 

1918; E 428648; Helene M. Arthur, 

Williamsport, Pa. 



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pt. in, 11. H., v. 13 



Victory fob the U. S. A. ; war ballad, 
words by M. L. Busch, melody by 
W. C. McCullough [of U. S.] [13S40 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 42782S ; 
Martin Louis Buscb and W. C. 
McCullough, San Francisco. 

Victory (The) of the American 
soldiers ; words by John Olivieri 
[of U. S.], music of Naples, Italy; 
violin. [13841 

© July 18, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 
1918; E 428876; John Olivieri, 
Brooklyn. 

Victory (The) of the Bed, White 
and Blue ; words and music by E. 
C. Gregory [of U. S.], Norfolk, Va., 
Raymond R. Richardson music pub. 
co. [13842 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 191S ; 
E 427585; Ernest Camp Gregory, 
Norfolk, Va. 

Victory, victory, victory ; words by J. 

Gorey, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [13843 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427949 ; J. 

Gorey, New York. 

Victory won ; two step and song, 

words and music by E. M. De Konza 

[of U. S.] [13844 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 429388; 

E. M. De Konza, Kansas City, Mo. 

Victuri sumus ; words and music by 

G. Wilson [of U. S.] [13845 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 

E 428714 ; Gilbert Wilson, Quantico, 

Va. 

Vie de plaisir (Life of pleasure) ; 
valse lente, by B. Mauceri [of Italy, 
domiciled at Brooklyn] op. 9 ; piano. 
[13846 
© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428656; Baldassare Mau- 
ceri, Brooklyn. 

Village beauties ; melody, by Albert 
Ferdy [of Austria] arr. by L. I. 
Liggv [of U. S.] ; instrumental. 

[13847 
© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 427047; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Violets of Picardy; 1917, words by 
Amy Sherman Bridgman, music by 
Lillian Blakemore Hughes [of U. S.] 
[13848 
© July 5. 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426998; Clayton F. Summv co., 
Chicago. 



Virgin's (The) lullaby; words by 
Hucih F. Blunt, music by Robert W. 
Wilkes [of U. S.] op. 15. [13849 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427903; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Vtvandiere; cavalry march, by E. La- 
zar [of U. S.] ; piano. [13850 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918 ; E 4274S5 ; 
Emil Lazar, Milwaukee. 

Voice (The) that will live always; 

words and music by S. M. Spearin 

[of U. S.] [13851 

© 1 c. June 12, 1918; E 425638; 

S. M. Spearin, New York. 

Volte de Provence. See Danses de 
chez nous. 

Volunteer (The) choir; an anthem 
coll., words and music by various 
authors, coll. by Preston Ware Orem 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[13852 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 

1918; E 427761; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on collection.] 

Volunteers (The) of 61 and 1917; 
words by A. M. Purdy, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13853 
© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426585; 
Alice M. Purdy, Minneapolis. 

Wagner (Richard) Liebestod; from 
the opera Tristan and Isolde, by 
Wagner-Liszt, played by Maurice 
Dumesnil [of France] (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, red label record. 
N 19286). [13854 

© Jan. 20. 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 421334; Rythmodik music 
corp. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Wait, little girl ; words and music 

by A. H. Terry [of U. S.] [13855 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 

1918; E 42718S: Arthur H. Terry, 

Patchogue, N. Y. 

Wake up, America ; words by T. 
Foley, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [13856 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429052 
Timothy Foley, Brooklyn. 

Wake up, great sons ; words by E. V 
Newell, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13857 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429061 
Eleanor V. Newell. Ottawa Beach. 
Mich. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



lio. 8, 1918 



13874 



Wales for ever (Cyinru am byth) ; 
English words by C. Fox Smith, 
Welsh version by Elvet Lewis, music 
by Chas. Villiers Stanford [of Eng- 
land] ; no. 3, in F. [13858 
© July 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421457; Enoch & sons, London. 

Wanderer and the nightingale. See 
Spencer (Vernon) Six poetic study 
pieces without octaves. 

War-baby's (The) lullaby; words 
and music by M. de Bartoky [of 
Hungary, domiciled at New York.] 



© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 426881 ; Matilda de Bartoky, New 
York. 

War cloud; one step, by D. J. La 

Rocca and Larry Shields [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [13860 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 

E 430045 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

War savings stamps : words and arr. 
of music by E. Stanford, melody by 
M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher of U. S.] [13861 

© 1 e. July 10, 1918; E 427114; 
Elizabeth Stanford, Haddonfield, 
N. J. 

War (The) will be won; words by 

L. L. Burford, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13862 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429023; 

Lulu L. Burford, Thayer, Mo. 

Waetime (A) lullaby; words by L. 
Pureed, music by Robert H. Brennen 
[of U. S. ] [13863 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 3, 1918 ; 
E 427318; Louise Pureed, Butte, 
Mont. 

Warum. See Schumann (Robert Al- 
exander). 

Watch the bee go get the Hun ; 
words and music by Walter Hawley 
[of U. S.] [13864 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428632 ; Meyer Cohen music 
pub. co., inc., New York. 

Watcher (The) ; words by James 
Stephens, music by Cecil Forsyth 
[of England, domiciled at New 
York] ; high, in E. [13865 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427915; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



Wave on Old Glory; words by G. 
Moore, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [13866 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427650; 
Geo. Moore, Spanish Fork, Utah. 

Waves of the Marne; valse, by L. I. 
Liggy [of U. S.] ; piano. [13867 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918: E 429396; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

We are all with you, Uncle Sam ; 
words by W. C. Keene, music by 
Bessie L. Cox [of U. S.] New York, 
F. B. Haviland pub. co. [13868 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429385 ; Wm. Cyrille Keene, Balti- 
more. 

We are coming; words by J. R. 
Holmes, music by J. E. Dimmler 
[of U. S.], arr. by A. D. Hunter. 



© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 428950; 
Julie E. Dimmler, San Francisco. 

We are coming from the land of 
Uncle Sam ; words by E. Seymour, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 
[13870 
© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427330; 
Estella Seymour, Junction City, 
Kans. 

We are coming, Mr. Kaiser; words 
by E. Grimes, music by Frank W. 
Ford of U. S.] [13871 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 427477 ; Ella Grimes, Anna, 
111. 

We are coming over there; march 

song, words and music by Charles 

Washington Hunt [of U. S.] [13S72 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 

E 427993; Willis music co., Cincin- 



WE ABE FIGHTING FOR OUR COUNTRY J 

words and music by E. M. Sheetz 
[of U. S.]. ;irr. by Ionverti W. 
Bosser [of U. S.] [13873 

© 1 c. June 24, 1918 ; E 427034 ; 
Emma M. Sheetz, Chicago. 

WE ABE GOING TO CRUSH THE KAISER ; 

patriotic march song, words and 
music !>v G W. Thomas [of U. S.] 
New York, M. Greenwald. [13874 
© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 191S : 
E 427169; George W. Thomas, Fort 
Meade, Fla. 



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WE ARE GOING TO GIVE WOODROW THE 

chance; words and music by J. 
Allstott [of U. S.] [13875 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 430066: Jennie Allstott, 
Avon, 111. 

We ake going to plant the Stars and 
Stripes in Germany; words by J. 
M. Skovranek, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [13876 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427424; 
T. M. Skovranek, Coral. Pa. 

AVe are marching ; words and arr. by 

J. H. Bolitho. music by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [13877 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 428984; 

James H. Bolitho, Rockaway, N. J. 

We are off to the war ; words by R. 
Reed, music bv Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [13878 
© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429255; Robert Reed. St. Catha- 
rines, Ont, Canada. 

We are on our way to Berlin, and 
we'll get there bye-and-rye ; words 
by W. N. Adkins, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.J. [13879 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427431; 
Wilson N. Adkins, Highland Town, 
Md. 

We are the boys of the U. S. A. ; 
words by A. Guggenheim, music by 
John Fischer [of Hungary, domi- 
ciled at New York]. [13880 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; E 429314 ; J. 
Fischer and A. Guggenheim, New 
York. 

We call on thee with hearts 
aflame; (Nous t'implorons avec 
amour) ; English version by Theo- 
dore Baker, music by Paul Ladmi- 
rault, ed. by Frank Damrosch [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, harmonium or 
organ ace. (8vo. choruses, no. 6684). 
[13881 
© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427908; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision, editing, and translation.] 

We can never forget your great love 
for our country ; words by E. A. 
Jams, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.]. [13882 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427457; 
Estanislao A. Jaras, Carnegie, Pa. 



We had better do it now ; hymn, 
words by T. O. Chisholm, music by 
Henry P. Morton Tof U. S.]. (In 
B. Y. P. U. of Texas. Seventeenth 
annual encampment program.) 

[13883 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428710; Robert Henry Coleman, 
Dallas. 

We lift our hearts to Thee ; anthem, 
words anon., music by Gaston Borch 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Hymn anthem for mixed voices, 
no. 10969.) [13884 

© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427758; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

We'll ee a i:tg, big brother to all 

nations ; words and music by K. B. 

O'Rourke [of U. S.]. [13885 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918; E 428453; 

Kate Beirne O'Rourke, Los Angeles. 

We'll be coming home again ; words 
by W. A. Lamont, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.]. [13886 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 429297; 
Walter A. Lamont, Mineral Wells, 
Tex. 

We'll be ready to go over the top; 

words and music by J. C. Dougherty 

[of U. S.]. [13887 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 4293S1 : 

Joseph C. Dougherty, Philadelphia. 

We'll be the same sweetheart 
again ; words and music by F. 
Richman [of Russia, domiciled at 
Chicago]. [13888 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427562; 
Frances Richman, Chicago. 

We'll be victorious ; words and mel- 
ody by D. H. Wallach [of U. S.] 

[138S9 
© 1 c. July 12, 1918; E 427168; 
David H. Wallach, Brooklyn. 

We'll break the line of Hinden- 
burg; words by J. Laird, music by- 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub co. 
[13890 
© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428769; Jasper Laird, San 
Francisco. 

We'll fight till we have won ; 

words and music by A. M. Worsley 

[of U. S.] [13891 

© 1 c. July 1, 1918 E 429325; 

Alice Major Worsley, Tucson. Ariz. 



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no. S, 1918 



We'll follow the Staes and Stripes 

TO H-E-DOUBLE L TO WIN FOR UNCLE 

Sam ; a real war whoop, words and 
music by W. Reed [of U. S.] Boston, 
American music co. [13892 

© July 16, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
1918 ; E 428733 ; Waldo Reed, West- 
port Point, Mass. 

We'll get the Kaiser ; words by F. J. 
Gibson [of U. S.], music anon. 

[13893 
© June 24, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 427025 ; Frederic James Gibson, 
New York. 

We'll get there just the same; 

words and music by F. E. Newell 

[of U. S.] [13894 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429466; 

Fred E. Newell, Central Falls, R. I. 

We'll get you just the same ; words 

by A. Parker, music by Geo. L. 

Robertson [of U. S.] [13895 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 

E 429312; Al. Parker, Philadelphia. 

We'll have peace on earth and even 
in Berlin; words by Jas. A. Flana- 
gan, music by T. J. Flanagan [of 
U. S.] Syracuse, Thomas J. Flana- 
gan music co. [13896 
© Jan. 2, 1918 : 2 c. June 22, 1918 ; 
E 427017; Thos. J. Flanagan, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

We'll keep Old Glory plying; quar- 
tette, words by Carleton S. Montanye, 
music by A. Louis Scarmolin, arr. 
by Sumner Salter [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Secular quartettes for 
mixed voices, no. 1279). [13897 

© July 11, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428667 ; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement]. 

We'll knock the Heligo-into Heligo- 
out or Heligoland ; march song, by 
Morse, played by Al. Sterling and 
Victor Arden [of U. S.] ; in G. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls. 
X101033.) [13898 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428853 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

We'll meet on the darkening trail; 
words and music by John Allen 
Cooke [of U. S.] [13899 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 427988; Cooke and Malool music 
pub. co., Newark, N. J. 



We'll nail the Stars and Stripes to 
the Kaiser's door ; from Somewhere 
in America, words and music by 
Moreland bros. [of U. S.] Adrian, 
Mich., Moreland bros. song foundry. 
[13900 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428958; Moreland bros., Adrian, 
Mich. 

We'll never give in ; words by Ken- 
neth Graham Duffield, music and 
arr. by D. Sapirstein [of U. S.] 

[13901 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429015; 
David Sapirstein, New York. 

We'll roll into Berlin ; words and 
music by C. E. Trucksess [of U. S.] 
[13902 
© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428605; 
Charles Earles Trucksess, Phila- 
delphia. 

We'll roundup Kaiser Wilhelm's 
vaunted Wacht am Rhine ; words 
and music by John William Adams 
[of U. S.], arr. by Fred Luscomb 
[of U. S.] [13903 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 430051; 
J. W. Adams, Waterville, Wash. 

We'll soon be marching to Berlin ; 
words and melody by A. W. Van 
Dorston [of U. S.] [13904 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427224; 
Alvin Washington Van Dorston, Chi- 
cago. 

We'll stand up por our country; 
patriotic song, words and music by 
R. L. Noel [of TJ. S.] [13905 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 430002; R. L. Noel, Johnstown, 
Pa. 
We'll stop when it's over ; words and 
music by E. Williams [of U. S.] 

[13906 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427817; 
Ernest Williams, Milwaukee. 
We'll take the I out of Kaiser; 
words by Billee Glynn, music by A. 
A. Keresztes [of Hungary, domiciled 
at San Francisco.] [13907 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 427551; 
Anton Keresztes, San Francisco. 
We'll wait for the home-coming day. 
See March along. 

We must make the world a decent 
place to live in ; words and music 
by F. Lomas [of U. S.], arr. by Ar- 
thur G. Lomas [of U. S.] [13908 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429403; 
Frank Lomas, Oak Park, 111. 



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We must win the game; words and 
arr. of melody by P. Arrindella [of 
U. S.]. melody by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [13909 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 4279S0; 
Pocohontas Arrindella, New York. 

We need you, God speed you, Sam ; 
patriotic march song, words by Al- 
bert Kennedy, music by W. Wolff 
[of U. S.] [13910 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 427170 ; Walter Wolff, New York. 

We're all going calling on the 
Katseb ; one step, two step, or march, 
by James A. Brennan [of U. S.] ; 
orch. -ito. [13911 

© July 24, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 
1918 ; E 427578 ; Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

We're all with you, Mister Wilson; 
words and music by H. Mack [of 
U. S.], arr. by Christian A. Prae- 
torius [of U. S.] [13912 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429208; 
Happy Mack, Hoboken, N. J. 

We'er coming back ; words by L. F. 
Greenwood, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [13913 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427405; 
Lulu F. Greenwood, E. Auburn, Cal. 

We'er coming back to the good old 

U. S. A. ; words and music by R. W. 

Dutton [of U. S.] [13914 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427460; 

Ralph Waldo Dutton, Coin, la. 

We'er coming back when it is over; 
words and music by F. Hall Tof 
U. S.], arr. by Geo. D. Haage [of 
U. S.] [13915 

© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 426946; 
Frank Hall, Harrisburg, Pa. 
We're coming from Cody ; march song. 
words and music by Jack Yellen 
and Harry Wessel [of U. S.] 

[13916 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 12, 
1918 ; E 427299 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

We'er fighting ; words and music by 

L. E. Spencer [of U. S.] [13917 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 

1918 ; E 428909 ; United Spanish war 

veterans, Kankakee, 111. 

We're fighting for Uncle Sam ; 

words and music by C. E. Wright 

[of U. S.] Chicago, T. Shane & co. 

[13918 

© July 30. 1918: 2 c. July 29, 

1918; E 427804; Charles Edward 

Wright, Chicago. 



We're from the U. S. A. [and] On 
with the Red cross; words and 
music by J. Braswell [of U. S.] 
8vo. (Two songs, no. 1, male voices, 
do. 2, solo Cor female voices, using 
2nd ten. in G clef.) [13919 

© July S, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 42(912; Jas. Braswell, Jasper, 
Ark. 

We're going across for you, stand 
rack of us; words and music by 
Howard J. Gee [of U. S.] [13920 
© July 20, 1918; -J. c. Aug. ::. L918; 
E 429207; Hinds. Hayden & Eld- 
redge, inc., Now York. 

We're going over the top with Per- 
shing; words by B. Ilutton, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[13921 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 4'J7420 : 
Beatrice Ilutton. Traverse City, 
Mich. 

We're going to get along without 
the Kaiser : words and music by 
C. Durham [of U. S.] [13922 

© July 13. 1918; 2 c. July 18. 
1918; E 428734; Charles Durham. 
Boston. 

We're going to hang the Kaiser: 
march song, by Kendis & Brockman. 
played by Al. Sterling and Victor 
Arden [of U. S.] ; in C. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls, X101024.) 

[13923 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428859 ; American piano co- 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

We're going to keep Old Globy 
floating from on high ; words and 
music by Grace Lee Slayback [of 
U. S.] [13924 

© July 18, 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428740; Mrs. Meloin Slay- 
back, Lafayette, Ind. 

We're going to see it thro' boys : 

words and music by C. B. Thomas 

[of U. S.] [13925 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427237; 

Cora B. Thomas. Clearwater, Cal. 

We're in it, and we'll win it; words 
by James McLaren, music by 
Jacques Perrin [of U. S.] [13926 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 e. July 10, 1918 : 
E 428613; C. C. Birchard & co.. 
Boston. 



856 



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no. 8. 1918 



13944 



We're in love with Uncle Sam; 
words by Thomas Edgelow and E. 
Pascal, melody by E. Pascal [of 
Ensland, domiciled at New York] 

[13927 
© 1 c. July 16. 1918; E 428687; 
Ernest Pascal, New York. 

We're just a bunch of Sammies ; 
word? and music bv H. G. Dunn [of 
U. S.]. [13928 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22. 1918 ; 
E 427503; Herschell Grant Dunn, 
Lorain, O. 

We're marching on ; words by A. M. 
Salyer. music by R. F. Grover [of 
U. S.l, arr. by A. D. Hunter [of 
U. S.] [13929 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427844; 
Robert Frederick Grover & A. M. 
Salyer, Glendale, Cal. 

We're marching on to victory ; words 

and music by J. E. West [of U. S.] 

[13930 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427452; 

J«.bn E. West. Rochester. N. Y. 

words and music bv J. H. Tavlor 

[of U. S.] [13931 

© July 9, 1918 : 2 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 428676; John H. Tavlor. Newark, 
N. J. 

We're ox the way to Berlin ; words 
and music by W. N. Taylor [of 
U. S.] [13932 

© 1 c. July 31. 191S; E 427874; 
Win. Nembhard Taylor. Plvmouth, 
Cal. 

We're proud of you, Columbia ; words 

and music by L. Solitske [of U.S.], 

arr. bv Harry L. Alford [of U. S.] 

[13933 

© 1 c. Aug. S, 1918; E 430005; 

Louis Solitske, Chicago. 

We're with you, U. S. A. ; Avoids by 
A. G. Damhorst, music by Carl R. 
Zerse [of U. S.] St. Louis. Elite 
music co. [13934 

© June 7. 1918 ; 2 c. June 10, 1918 ; 
E 42685S: Adolph G. Damhorst. St. 
Louis. 



We'\ 



GOT THEM ON THE RUN ; WOl'dS 



by B. R. Carson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [13935 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; E 427937; 
Bernard R. Carson, Portsmouth, 
N. H. 



We've only loaned them to you; 
words by B. K. Packer, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13936 
© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427430; 
Mrs. Blythe K. Packer, Bakersfield, 
Cal. 

We want Jesus ; words by W. J. Carr, 
music arranged by Alice Ruth Carr, 
[of U. S.] Evanston, 111., John H. 
Hazel tine. [13937 

© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
10, 1918 ; A 500511 ; William J. Carr, 
Juneau, Wis. 

We want our boys to fight them on 
the square ; words and arr. of mel- 
ody by H. Pugh, [of U. S.], melody 
by Carl Seyb [pseud, of Floda 
Fisher, of U. S.] [13938 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427785 
Harriet Pugh, Mankato, Minn. 

We want to go over; words by M. 
Hatcher, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [1393? 
© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918: E 427940 
Minnie Hatcher, Banks. Ala. 

We want what we want when we 
want what we want, and what we 
want is victory ; words and melody 
by F. Lawrence Walker [of U. S.], 
arr. of melodv bv A. C. Colombo 
of U. S.l [13940 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 429422; 
Frank Lawrence Walker. Newark, 
N. J. 

We will can the Kaiser submarines 
and all; words and music by A. E. 
Williams [of U. S.], arr. by S. J. 
Mustol. [13941 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 10, 1918 ; 
E 427110: Albert E. Williams. Cu- 
pertino, Cal. 

We will fight and fight and fight ; 
words and music by Gertrude Nash 
Locke [of U. S.] [13942 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 
E 426970; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

We will honor you forever; words 
bv Maria C. Fekete. music bv J. 
Psota [of U. S.] [13943 

© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 426750; 
Joseph Psota. Lone Island City, 
N. Y. 

We will save the honor of the 
U. S. A. ; words by A. S. Furden. 
music by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13944 
© 1 c. July 1, 191S ; E 427291 ; An- 
I nie S. Furden, Waynesboro, Pa. 



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We will win it bye and bye; words 
by A. Kirchem, music by Terry C. 
Miller [of U. S.] [13945 

© July 8, 1918; 2 c. July 11, 
1918; E 428618; Augusta Kirchem, 
Oregon City, Or. 

Weaky of earth ; two-part anthem, 
words by S. J. Stone, music by Her- 
bert Sanders [of Great Britain] ; 
treble voices. 4to. (Popular ed. 
series, no. 173) [13946 

© June 22, 1918; 1 c. July 15, 
1918; E 421. •573: Woodward & co., 
London. 

Welcome America ; words by H. Jack- 
son, music by Martha Hemmingway 
[of U. S.] [13947 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429227; 
Harrison Jackson, New York. 

What a wonderful message from 

home; words by Ivan Reid, music 

by P. L. Eugene [of U. S.] [1394S 

© 1 c. June 5, 1918; E 427789; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

What are you doing for the boys 
who do their bit for you; words 
and melody by Lillian Langdon and 
Mildred Manning [of U. S.], arr. by 
C. I. Bolles [of U. S.] [13949 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427868; 
Charles I. Bolles, Santa Monica, Cal. 

What can a little chap do; unison 
song for boys, words by John Oxen- 
ham, music by William Jeater [of 
Great Britain] 4to. [13950 

© June 28, 1918; 1 c. July 15, 
1918; E 421371; Weekes & co., 
London. 

What can I do to make you love me ; 
from the musical comedy Some- 
where in America, words and music 
by Moreland bros. [of U. S.] Adrian 
Mich., Moreland bros. song foundry. 
[13951 
© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 42S956; Moreland bros., Adrian, 
Mich. 

What did you do for liberty : words 

by T. J. Sullivan, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13952 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429450; 

Thomas J. Sullivan, Maiden, Mass. 

What is more to our America ; words 

and melody by E. G. Black [of U. 

S.] [13953 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 428726; 

Elizabeth G. Black, Brooklyn. 



What's the matter with the men 
to-day. See Battling. 

What the little blue stab means to 
me; words by F. M. Davis, music 
by A. F. Heckle [of U. S.] [13954 
© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428644; Flora M. Davis, 
Dallas. 

What the Yankees will do; words 

by M. Andes, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13955 

© 1 c. June 15, 191S ; E 426553; 

Myrtle Andes, Huntington, W. Va. 

When Bill takes off his hat ; words 
by K. H. Stine, music by Marie 
Palmer Everett [of U. S.], arr. by 
John S. Sidwell [of U. S.] [13956 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 430033: 
Katherine Haley Stine, Chicago. 

When-e'er your star of blue takes 
on a golden hue ; words by C. S. 
Corrigan, music by W. T. Porter [of 
U. S.] [13957 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 : 
E 430023; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

When evening shadows fall ; words 
by Richard Heyes, music by Gilbert 
Stacey [of England] ; voice, piano, 
violin and cello. Blackpool, H. 
Sharpies & sons, ltd. [13958 

© July 22, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31. 1918 ; 
E 421440; E. Osborne & co., ltd, 
London. 

When granny was a girl; words by 

L. Pammenter, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13959 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427252: 

Leslie Pammenter, Toronto, Canada. 

When he comes back to me; words 
by John Griswold Purple, music by 
G. P. Gorham [of U. S.] [13960 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427848; 
Gertrude Purple Gorham, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

When I carved your name in the 
tree; words by E. B. V. Dovlr. mel- 
ody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[13961 
© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427333; 
Edward B. V. Doyle, Now Haven, 
Conn. 

When I come marching home, i;vt- 
and-bye; words by G. E. Stephens, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [13962 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427654; 
G. E. Stephens, Kenosha, Wis. 



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When I cross the moonlit river; 

words by J. W. Turnpaugh, melody 

by It. A. Browne [of U. S. [13963 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427855; 

J. W. Turnpaugh, Fort Worth, Tex. 

When I dream in the moonlight op 
you; words and music by B. O. 
Young [of U. S.]. [13964 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 427185 ; R. C. Young music 
co., Columbus, O. 

When I gave my daddy; words by 
Roland Rathbone, music by T. S. 
Reimestad [of U. S.] [13965 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. July 16, 
1918; E 427337; Theodor S. Reime- 
stad, Minneapolis. 

When I get back to my American 
Blighty ; words by Arthur Fields, 
music by Theodore Morse [of U. S.] 
[13966 
© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918 ; E 427505 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

When I go upon my honeymoon ; 
from Look pleasant, words by Bal- 
lard Macdonald, music by Harry 
Piani [of TJ. S.] [13967 

© July 24, 1918; 2 c. July 24, 
1918; E 427537; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., New York. 

When I hear a syncopated tune; 
from Ziegfeld follies of 1918, by 
Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] ; hotel 
orch. 4to. [13968 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 427515; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new arrangement] 

— ———words by Gene Buck, music 
by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] 

[13969 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428635 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

When I look at the flag of the Red, 
White and Blue; words by J. Kat- 
sur. music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [13970. 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427634; 
John Katsur, Weehawken, N. J. 

When Jo Johanna plays his piano; 
words and music by Peter Bernard 
and the two rascals [of England!. 
[13971 
© July 3, 1918; 1 c. July 16, 
1918; E 421360; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 



When love fled away; words and 
music by W. D. Miller [of U. S.], 
arr. by Zoe Clark. Independence, 
Mo., Miller pub. co. [13972 

© Aug. 2, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5, 
1918; E 429257; W. D. Miller, In- 
dependence, Mo. 

When my soldier boy comes back ; 
words and music by M. I. Dowling 
[of U. S.] [13973 

© June 24, 1918; 2 c. July 12, 
1918; E 428631; Minnie I. Dowling, 
Chicago. 

When Ohio sends her troops to Ala- 
bam ; words by J. Heinauer, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[13974 
© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427270; 
Josephine Heinauer, Lincoln, O. 

When our boys come marching 
home; words and music by A. D. 
Bowman [of TJ. S.] [13975 

© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429407; Adam D. Bowman, In- 
dianapolis. 

When our boys go over the top; 

words by K. F. Walsh, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [13976 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426546; 

Kathryn F. Walsh, Yonkers, N. Y. 

When our Sammies come marching 

home ; words and music by F. Bart- 

lett [of IT. S.] [13977 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427519; 

Frances Bartlett, Oakland, Cal. 

When our war work is over; words 
by T. Harris, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [13978 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428773; Thomas Harris, 
New Florence, Pa. 

When our Yankee boys go marching ; 
words and music by B. Benson [of 
U. S.] [13979 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 
E 426975; Benj. Benson, Hoboken, 
N. J. 

When Patsy plays his Irish uku- 
lele ; words and music by C. H. Sar- 
gent [of TJ. S.], arr. by O. G. Brink- 
meier [of U. S.] [13980 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429270; 
Charles H. Sargent. Los Angeles. 

When peaceful night ; evening hymn 
of the Moravian brethren, words 
and music traditional, ed. by Clar- 
ence Dickinson [of TJ. S.] ; male 



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When peaceful night — Continued. 
voices. 4to. (Church music re- 
view, no. 506.) [13981 
© July 24, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 
1918; E 428900; H. W. Gray CO., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

When Pershing's band plays Dixie- 
land in Berlin, Germany ; words 
by Thos. O. Mountain, music by Lon 
Sloop [of U. S.] Tulsa, Okla., Mid- 
west music pub. eo. [13982 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 428994; Lon Sloop. Tulsa. Okla. 

When the bell for freedom rings; 
words by M. A. Black, music by E. 
Inez Wilcox [of U. S.l Grand Island, 
Neb., Mrs. Perry Black. [13983 

© June 26, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5. 191S ; 
E 426935; Mary A. Black. Grand 
Island. Nebr. 

When the boys come home ; words by 

G. A. Adams, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [13984 

© 1 c. June 15, 1918; E 426575; 

G. A. Adams, Hartford. 

When the boys come marching 
home; words and music by W. L. 
Ridenour [of U. S.] [13985 

© July 27, 191S; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427575; W. L. Ridenour. 
Philo. O. 

When the boys march home again ; 

words and music by C. Toddings Tof 

TJ. S.J [13986 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427451; 

Charles Toddings, Brooklyn. 

When the day has flown ; words by 
John H. Bacon, music by Mana 
Zucca [of U. S.] op. 36, no. 2; me- 
dium, in E minor. [13987 
© July 3, 191S ; 2 c. July 8 1918 ; 
E 427012; Boston music co., Boston. 

When the decks are cleared for ac- 
tion ; words and music by H. B. Ed- 
wards [of TJ. S.] [13988 
© July IS, 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
191S; E 428741; H. B. Edwards, 
Highland Park, 111. 

When the flag of peace is waving; 
words by A. Bartelme. music arr. by 
Harry L. Alford [of U. S.] [13989 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428744; Anna Bartelme, 
Chicago. 



When the golden home-hells ring; 
words by James Rowe. music by 
Haldor Lillenas [of Norway, domi- 
ciled at Auburn. 111.] [13990 
© Dec. 21. 1917; 2 c. June 19, 
191S: E 425870; Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 

When the homeward bound ships 
cross the sea: words by H. H. 01- 
sen. music by E. S. S. Huntington 
Tot U. S.] [13991 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429439; 
Hetty Huntington Olsen, Fori Atkin- 
son. Miss. 

Whex the last gun shot is yvakv 
I'll come, sweetheart; words and 
music bv E. M. Yoder [of TJ. S.] 

[13992 
© 1 c. July 20. 1918: E '27456; 
Emily M. Yoder. Linville, N. C. 

When the last shot is fired there 
will be victory for the tj. s. a. j 
words and music by S. W. La\vton 
[of U. S.] [13993 

© 1 c. July 8. 191S; E -126985; 
Stanley Wilbur Lawton, New York. 

When the last words ham; vkex 

SAID WILL YOU FORGET : WOl'dS by 

G. H. Carey, music bv Robert Van 
Sickle [of U. S.] Akron. O., Success 
music co. [13994 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. July 26. 
1918; E 427580; Geo. H. Carey. Ak- 
ron, O. 
When the liltes bloom in France 
again ; words by Robert Levenson. 
music bv George L. Cobb [of U. S.l 
[13995 

© Apr. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7. 1918 : 
E 430000 ; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
When the Lord turned again the 
captivity of Sion ; anthem, words 
from Psalm 126, music by Myles B. 
Foster [of Great Britain] ; treble 
voices. 4 to. [13996 

© Oct. 24. 1917; 1 c. July 15, 
1918 ; E 421377 ; Weekes & co., Lon- 
don. 
When the old TJ. S. A. get over 
there; words and arr. by S. G. Lee 
Tof TJ. S.]. music bv Frank Cullis 
[of U. S.] [13997 

© 1 c. June 3, 1918; E 427834; 
Sylvester Greelev Lee, Pleasantville. 
N. Y. 
When the robins sing in spring- 
time; words and music by Gertrude 
Homan [of U. S.] [13998 

© July 30. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3. 1918 ; 
E 429159; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 



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When the Somme River flows; 

words and music by A. Saltzer [of 

U. S.] [13999 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 429032 ; A. 

Saltzer, Calexico, Oal. 

When the Stab-Spangled Banner 
waves in Berlin ; words by M. Fitz- 
patrick, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14000 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429017; 
Margaret Fitzpatrick, Beacon Falls, 
Conn. 

When the Stars and Stripes of lib- 
erty fly over Berlin ; words and 
music by M. M. Hoff [of U. S.] 

[14001 
© 1 c. July 8, 1918; E 426982; 
Mattie M. Hoff. Clinton, 111. 

When the sun goes down on Black 
Bear Island; words and arr. of 
music by F. Kardel [of Canada], 
music by Luther A. Clark [of U. S.] 
[14002 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 427788; 
Fred Kardel, Dallas, Canada. 

When the Union Jack and Stars 
and Stripes make the Huns go 

BACK, OR GET OUT AND FIGHT; Words 

by C. P. Tidd, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14003 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427235; 
Chas. P. Tidd, Baltimore. 

When the victory bells are ringing ; 

words by L. M. Aron, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of IT. S.] [14004 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 429296; 

Laura M. Aron, Brooklyn. 

When the war is over; words by J. 
Sharpnack, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [14005 
© June 27, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428801; Jennie Sharpnack. 
Salem, O. 

When the Yankee eagle screams ; 
novelty march, words by W. B. 
Davy, music by Arthur Barts [of 
U. S.l Chicago, Davy music pub- 
lishers. [14006 
© July 23, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427554; William B. Davy, 
Chicago. 

When the Yankees called the 
Kaiser on the fifth of June ; 
words by M. A. Kelly, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [14007 

© 1 C July 17, 1918; E 427334; 
M. A. Kelly, Sistersville, W. Va. 



When the Yanks march through 
Berlin ; words and music by O. B. 
Brown [of U. S.] Wenatchee, Wash., 
Music shop. [14008 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428651; O. B. Brown, 
Wenatchee, Wash. 

When the Yanks yank the germ out 
of German ; words by Alex Rogers 
and Lester A. Walton, music by C. 
Luckeyth Roberts [of U. S.], arr. 
by Wm, C. Polla [of U. S.] [14009 
© 1 c. July 23, 1918; E 428839; 
Walton pub. co., New York. 

When they heard the call to 
colors ; words and music by J. H. 
Kennedy [of U. S.] [14010 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 428966; Josephine H. Kennedy, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

When Uncle Sam got riled ; words 
and music by H. R. Cole [of U. S.] 
New York, Hardings music house. 

[14011 
© July 18, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 
1918; E 428986; H. R. Cole, Mill- 
ville, N. J. 

When Uncle Sammy is through 
with me; words by G. Graybill, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [14012 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428784; Gertrude Graybill, 
Springfield, O. 

When we come back ; words and 
music by S. Posner [of U. S.], arr. 
by Joseph L. Simon [of U. S.] 

[14013 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1918; E 429318; 
Sadie Posner, New York. 

When we drove through the sweet 
scented clover in that wonderful 
one horse shay ; words and music 
by F. R. Webber [of U. S.] New 
York, Robert H. Brennen. [14014 
© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 
1918 ; E 427398 ; F. Roscoe Webber, 
Boston. 

When we get the Kaiser ; words and 

music by F. Greenawalt, jr. [of 

U. S.] [14015 

© 1 c. June 15. 1918; E 426552; 

Fred Greenawalt, jr., Pittsburgh. Pa. 

When we get there good night ; 

words by A. Parker, music by Geo. 

L. Robertson [of U. S.] [14016 

© July 17. 1918: 2 c. July 29, 

E 427770: Al. Parker, Philadelphia. 



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When we go over the top; words by 

H. J. Wright, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14017 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427608; 

H. J. Wright, Detroit. 

When we hear no more the cannon's 
roar; words by A. W. Camp, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [14018 

© June 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5, 
1918 ; E 429132 ; A. Ward Camp, Lit- 
tle Meadows, Pa. 

When we meet in the sweet bye 
and bye ; words and music by Stan- 
ley Murphy [of U. S.] [14019 
© July 15, 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918; E 427198; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

When we reach the other shore; 

words by F. B. Calhoun, music by 

J. E. Andino [of U. S.] [14020 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427453; 

F. B. Calhoun, Sylva, N. C. 

When we see them home again ; 
words by Oakley D. Thompson, 
music by E. W. Bainbridge [of 
U. S.] Milwaukee. C. J. Hambitzer. 
[14021 
© June 1, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 427002; Emil Wm. Bainbridge, 
Milwaukee. 

When we whirl into Berlin thru 
the air; words and melody by 
James Kendis, James Brockman and 
Nat Vincent [of U. S.], arr. by 
Freda Applebaum [of U. S.] [14022 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 429348; 
Kendis-Brockman music co., inc., 
New York. 

When yott change the blue star in 
your flag to gold ; words and music 
by J. H. McDonald [of U. S.] 

[14023 
© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 428882; 
John H. McDonald, Fulton, Mo. 

When you come back; one-step, by 
Frey, played by Donald Makay and 
Harry De Costa [of U. S.] (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls, E 19133) 
[14024 
© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918 ; E 428869 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 



When you come back, and you well 
come back, there's the whole 
world waiting for you ; words and 
music by George M. Cohan [of U. S.] 
[14025 
© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429343 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus [of 

U. S.] ; vocal orch. in B flat 4to 

[14026 

© Aug 10, 1918 ; 2 c Aug 12, 1918 ; 

E 429346; M Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement.] 

When you come back, if you do come 
back, there's the whole world 
waiting for you; words and music 
by George M. Cohan [of U. S.] 

[14027 
© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918 ; E 428736 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

When you have got a mother yet; 
words by G. Detberner, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14028 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427444; 

Gustav Detberner, Watrous, Canada. 

When you kiss your dear old mother 
good-bye ; words by Joseph Laverick, 
music by M. Cammarata [of U. S.] 
Iselin. Penn., Cammarata & Lave- 
rick. [14029 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1, 1918 ; 
E 428443; M. Cammarata, Iselin, 
Penn. 

When you return ; words and music 

by L. W. Benham [of U. S.] [14030 

© 1 c. July 10, 1918; E. 427126; 

Lilian Weems Benham, Irvington, 

N. J. 

When your baby boy goes marching 
through Berlin ; words by Morton 
Castor, melody by N. Goldstein [of 
U. S.] [14031 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 427928; 
Nat Goldstein, San Francisco. 

When your lad returns from war; 
words by L. Pammenter, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14032 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427253; 

Leslie Pammenter, Toronto, Canada. 



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When your uncle gets the Kaiser; 
words by O. C. Hogue, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 
(Cover title: When your Uncle Sam 
gets the Kaiser) [14033 

© June 13. 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428778; Oakley C. Hogue, 
Youngstown, O. 

Where do we go from heee ; words by 
A. T. Linn, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, HI., North 
American music pub. co. [14034 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428776; A. T. Linn, Sand- 
point, Id. 

Where do you stand ; words by C. A. 
Doak, music by Robert Van Sickle 
[of U. S.] [14035 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429004; 
C. A. Doak, Omaha, Neb. 
Where have you been hiding all 
these years ; words by Sidney 
Mitchell and Eddie Cox, music by 
M. K. Jerome [of U. S.] [14036 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 429294; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Where is my Johnnie boy; words by 
Mrs. R. A. Melendy, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [14037 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 427852; 
Mrs. Raymond A. Melendy, Howell, 
MiclL 

Where is my soldier boy to-night; 
words and music by L. A. Starr [of 
U. S.] [14038 

© June 6, 1918; 2 c. July 18, 
191S; E 428818; Lee Anna Starr, 
Bellevue, Pa. 

Where is that girlie ; words by Law- 
rence Langley, music by Ronald 
Franklin [of England] [14039 

© July 2, 1918 ; 1 c. July 15, 1918 ; 
E 421348; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

Where it's peach- jam makxn' time; 
words and music by James Kendis, 
James Brockman and Nat Vincent 
[of U. S.] [14040 

© June 6, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 429350; Kendis-Brockman 
music co., inc., New York. 

Where wtr Wilson shines — democ- 
racy; patriotic march song, words 
and music by M. Perna [of U. S.] 

[14041 
© July 6, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427072; Michael Perna, 
Quincy, Mass. 



Where's my daddy; words by P. C. 

Newcomb, melody by R. A. Browne 

; [of U. S.] [14042 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 428892; 

Percy C. Newcomb, Eagle Grove, la. 

Where's the use of sighing ; text by 
W. E. Henley, music by Walter J. 
Goodell [of U. S.] [14043 

© July 17, 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428823; Clayton F. Sum- 
my co., Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on music] 

Where the columbines grow; quar- 
, tette, words and music by A. J. 

Fynn [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 

Denver, Denver school of trades. 

4to. [14044 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
\ E 428962 ; A. J. Fynn, Denver. 

Where the Mississippi Rtver meets 

the Gulf of Mexico; words and 

music by E. B. Bonner [of U. S.] 

[14045 

© 1 c. July 19, 1918; E 427404; 

Earl Burnell Bonner, Chicago. 

Where the Stars and Stripes are 
flying over there; words by E. 
Campbell, melody by Arthur Fisk 
[of U, S.] [14046 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 428719; 
Eleanor Campbell, San Francisco. 

While the bells of freedom ring; 

words by Maria C. Fekete, music by 

J. Psota [of U. S.] [14047 

© 1 c. July 31, 1918; E 429417; 

Joseph Psota, New York. 

While the shells whist, whist, 
whist, whistled o'er us ; words 
and music by J. A. Lowell and Fan- 
nie S. Lowell [of U. S.] [14048 
© 1 c. July 19, 1918 ; E 427401 ; J. 
Albert Lowell, Cleveland. 

While they are chasing the Kaiser ; 
words by O. F. Mohan, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[14049 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 191S ; 
E 429130; Owen F. Mohan, Cleve- 
land. 

While you're away; words by L. 
Wolfe Gilbert, music by Anatol 
Friedland [of U. S.] [14050 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. July 9, 1918 ; 
E 428608 ; Gilbert & Friedland, inc., 
New York. 



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While yotj'ke oveb theke in no-man's 
land, I'm over here in lonesome 
land ; words by Jessie Spiess, music 
by Jack Stanley [of U. S.] [14051 
© June 29, 1918 ; 2 e. July 2. 1918 : 
E 426865 ; Will Eossiter, Chicago. 

Whiskey blues ; words and melody by 
Maceo Pinkard [of U. S.] ; in G. 

[14052 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1918; E 429328; 
Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

White nights : words by Arthur 
Stringer, music bv Elsie D£r£meaux 
[of U. S.] 1. Medium voice in E 
lint. — 2. High voice in F. 

[14053. 14054 
© July 17, 1918; 2 c. each July 
17. 1918 ; E 427326. 427327 : Jos. W. 
Stern & co., New York [Copyright 
is claimed on arr. for medium voice 
in E flat.] 

Who do you love; one-step, from The 
Cohan review of 1918, by Buck & 
Hanley, played by Victor Arden [of 
U. S.j (Rythmodik record music 
rolls. E 19413) [14055 

© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
1918; E 427144; Rythmodik music 
rorp.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Who's a slacker in this war ; words 
by K. Blackburn ; music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14056 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429048; 
Kathleen Blackburn, Glencoe. Can- 
ada. 

Who's afraid; by Marie Crosby [of 
U. S.] op. 44, no. 2; piano. (Bed- 
time stories.) [14057 
© July 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918; E 429194; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Who's who, in Berlin ; words and 
music by J. Ellison [of U. S.], har- 
mony by Lee G. Kratz. [14058 
© Julv 18. 1918; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 428743; Jewell Ellison, 
Lucas. S. D. 

Whole (The) U. S. A. is back of us; 

words by E. P. Milens, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [14059 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 429298; 

Edith Perry Milens. Davenport, Fla. 

Whosoever ; hymn, words and music 
by J. P. Scholfield [of U. S.] (In 
B. Y. P. U. of Texas. Seventeenth 
annual encampment program.) 

[14060 
© June 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 1. 1918 ; 
E 4286D2: Robert Henry Coleman. 
Dallas. 



Why I love you ; words and music by 
W. L. Martin [of U. S.] [14061 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427662; 
W. L. Martin, Standard, Cal. 

Why we want to lick Germany; 
words by Raymond Lee Roy Bly- 
niver. music by George H. Klav [of 
T\ S.l [14082 

© July 8. 1918 ; 2 c. July 18. 1918 ; 
E 428828; Klaymyer music co., 
Lima. O. 

Wild (The) duck; words by John 
Masefield, music by C. Forsyth [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
medium or low in E. [14063 

© June 14. 1918; 2 c. June 15, 
1918; E 426530; Cecil Forsyth. New 
York. 

Wild (The) wild women; one-step, 
by Piantadosi, played by Donald 
Makay [of U. S.] ; in F. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls X 101053) 
[14064 
© Jan. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 13, 
1918; E 428866; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Will he come home; or World de- 
mocracy, words and music by D. P. 
Sims I of U. S.] Hill City, Kan.. 

D. P. Sims. (Cover title: World de- 
mocracy; or, Will he come home.) 

[14065 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 

E 426968; Althea and Orton Sims, 

Hill City, Kan. 

Will I ftnd you waiting for me; 

words by E. McNally, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [14066 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427286; 

E. McNally, Laurel Springs, N. J. 
Will it be long until we meet a la in : 

words by Al Worth, music by Arr 
Gillham [of U. S.] [14067 

© July 20, 1918 ; 2c. July 13, 191S : 
E 428754; Echo music pub. co., New- 
York. 
Will o' the wisp; words by .Tames P. 
Whedon, music by Rudolph Ganz [of 
Switzerland, domiciled at New York] 
[14068 

© May 24. 1918; 2 c. June 24. 
1918; E 428206; Carl Fischer. New 
York. 
Will she love me; words by H. < i:iy- 
lord, music by Edwin s. Tracy [of 
U. S.] [14069 

© July 15. 1918; 2 c. July 20. 
1918: E 428747; Harriet Gaylord, 
New York. 



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no. 8,1918 



14087 



Will to win ; patriotic song, words 
and music by Mrs. J. E. Wells [of 
U. S.] Chicago, S. Brainard's sons 
co. [14070 

© July IS. 191S; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 42S735; J. E. Wells, Well- 
• man, la. 

Will you he true ; words by V. E. 
Place, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [14071 

© 1. c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427951 
Vaunie E. Place, Factoryville, Pa. 

Willing (A) sacrifice; Avords by H. 
C. Baker, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14072 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427672 
Harry Chester Baker, No. Chatham, 
Mass. 

Wilt thou be tkue to me; words by 
Mrs. H. Conklin, music by E. S. S. 

. Huntington [of U. S.] [14073 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427669; 
Mrs. H. Conklin, Richfield Spa, 
N. Y. 

Winifred; tune. See Christian's dy- 
ing peace. 

Winter and slimmer ; words by A. . G. 
Walther, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [14074 

© July 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918: E 428770; Adele G. Walther, 
Wood! awn, Pa. 

Wise ( The ) forget ; words by Jane 
Bliss Gillespy. music by Alice Re- 
ber Fish [of U. S.] ; high. [14075 
© July 27. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429180; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Witches dance. See MacDowell (Ed- 
ward Alexander) 

With a thrifty, nifty thrift stamp ; 

words by M. E. Daly, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [14076 

© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427628; 

Martin E. Daly, Passaic, N. J. 

With the color in the cause of lib- 
erty ; words by H. Seldon, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14077 
© 1 c. July 26, 1918; E 427649; 
Henry Selden, Chester, Pa. 

With the Stars and Stripes to lead I 
us come along ; words and music by 
by E. M. Gibbs [of U. S.] [14078 

© 1 c. July 25, 1918; E 429323: j 
Edith May Gibbs, New York. 



With you ; words anon., music by J. S. 
• Bacon [of U. S.] St. Louis, Shattin- 

ger piano and music co. [14079 

© June 30, 1918: 2 c. July 9. 

1918, E 427092; Julie Stevens Ba- 
.'■ con, St. Louis. 

Women of the homeland, God bless 
you every one ; words and music by 
Bernard Hamblen [of U. S.] mezzo 
. . or baritone. [14080 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 428829; Leo Feist, inc., 
-New York. . 

"Wonderful (The) garden of some- 
where ; words by Edward Lockton. 
. music by Kennedy Russell [of Great 
: Britain] ; in F. [14081 

© June 29, 1918 ; 2 c. July 20, 
1918; E 421387; Leonard & co., 
London. 

Wondrous eyes of Araby ; fox trot in- 
termezzo, by Herbert Spencer [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [14082 

© July 10. 1918; 2 c. July 12, 
1918; E 427295: Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Won't you call me daddy; words by 

Mrs. C. F. Golay. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14083 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429026; 

Mrs. C. F. Golay, Dallas. 

Won't you come back to me; words 
by Harrv E. Rose, music by Anson 
C. Jacobs [of U. S.] op. 41. [14084 
© July 24, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 429289; Jacobs music syn- 
dicate, Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Won't you promise me; words and 
music by Arthur E. Williams [of 
U. S.] [14085 

© July 12. 1918; 2 c. July 15, 
1918; E 427217; Will Rossiter, 
Chicago. 

Wood nymphs ; valsette, by Eric 
Coates [of Great Britain] : orch. 4to. 
(Orchestral journal, no. 764. Salou 
orchestral journal, no. 24) [14086 
© Julv 10, 1918; 1 c. July 27, 
1918 ; E 421428 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Woodland sprites; valse. by George 
Dudley Martin [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[14087 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427712; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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14088 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Working (The) man; words and 
music by W. H. Kanouse [of U. S.] 
Seattle, Lyric music pub. co. 

[14088 
© May 15, 1918; 2 c. June 3, 
1918; E 427550; William Henry 
Kanouse, Seattle. 

World democracy. See Will he come 
home. 

WORLD DEMOCRACY VERSUS AUTOCRACY ; 

words by G. W. Simmons, sr., music 
by J. L. White [of U. S.] [14089 
© Aug. 3, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 429420; George W. Sim- 
mons, sr., Atlanta. 

World's (The) war; words by J. O. 
Holmes, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14090 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429470; 
J. O. Holmes, Plaquemire, La. 

Would that bring you back again ; 
words by Ivan Reid, music by Peter 
De Rose [of U. S.] [14091 

© July 18, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 427994; F. B. Haviland pub. CO., 
New York. 

Wounded, somewhere in France; 

words by F. V. Ryan, melody by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [14092 

© 1 c. July 22, 1918; E 427499; 

F. V. Ryan, Wabash, Ind. 

Write mother that I'm coming home ; 
words by W. H. Morrow, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14093 
© 1 c June 15, 1918; E 426566; 
Wilson H. Morrow, Macon, Ga. 

Yankee boy we're all for you ; words 
and music by J. O. Cook [of U. S.] 

[14094 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c July 19, 
1918 ; E 427399 ; Jessie Oliver Cook, 
Tropico, Cal. 

Yankee Doodle ; patriotic humoresque, 
by A. Garland [of U. S.j ; piano. 

[14095 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427723; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

See also Griff es (Charles T.) Six 
patriotic songs. 

Yankee (The) Doodle boys; words 

by B. Tracy, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [14096 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 430055; 

Bertha Tracy, Waterloo, N. Y. 



Yankee-Doodle Doo; words and music 
by A. G. Bacon [of U. S.] [14097 
© June 25, 1918; 2 c. June 10, 
1918; E 426859; Agnes Gilbert Ba- 
con, Duluth, Minn. 

Yankee Doodle land; words by M. 
Robinson, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [14098 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429245; Marjorie Robinson, An- 
gelica, N. Y. 

Yankee lads; words by S. Lawrence, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [14099 

© June 13, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428782; Sarah Lawrence, 
Seattle. 

Yankee-land, fairest land; words 

and music by R. Schiller [of U. S.] 

[14100 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429269; 

Rudolph Schiller, Manchester, N. H. 

Yankee-McAdoo-dle ; words and music 
by S. O. Hawkins and J. S. Hall [of 
U. S.] Spokane, Wash., Broadway 
music pub. co. [14101 

© July 22, 1918 ; 2 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 427803; S. O. Hawkins and J. S. 
Hall, Spokane, Wash. 

Yankee Sammy ; words by Bill Stinger 
[pseud, of Richard H. Mouser], 
music by M. R. Bonnell [of U. S.] 

[14102 

© Aug. 23, 1917 ; 2 c. July 6, 1918 ; 

E 427005 ; Maud Richey Bonnell, Los 



Yankee timber ; words by J. H. Cook 
and W. H. Clark, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14103 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; E 427969 ; J. 
Harry Cook and Wm. H. Clark, Sioux 
City, la. 

Yankees (The) are coming; words by 
W. R. Hall, melody by A. Gollnik [of 
U. S.] [14104 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427343; 
Walter R. Hall and Arthur Gollnik, 
New York. 

Yankees (The) are marching; words 
by M. Blakey, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14105 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429033; 
Marion Blakey, Maplewood, Mo. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1918 



14123 



Yankees (The) in France; march 
militaire, by J. D. Sapir [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [14106 

© 1 c. July 19, 1918; E 427397; 

Jacob D. Sapir, Philadelphia. 

Yankees on the Rhine; by John A. 

O'Shea [of U. S.] 4to. 1. Band. 2. 

Orch. [14107-14108 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 10, 
1918; E 430049, 430050; F. N. 
Graves, Boston. 

words by F. N. Graves, music by 

John A. O'Shea [of U. S.] ; high, 
in D. [14109 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429099 ; F. N. Graves, Boston. 

Yanks (The) aee ev'ey where ; words 

by W. A. Cook, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [14110 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; E 429358 ; 

Will A. Cook, Madison, Va. 

Yanks (The) aee waiting fob old 
Kaisee Bill ; words by H. Thompson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [14111 

© 1 c. July 20, 1918; E 427421; 
Harriet Thompson, Underhill, Vt. 

Ye happy souls in paeadise (Esprits 
heureux du paradis) ; chorus, Eng- 
lish version by Theodore Baker, mu- 
sic by Paul Ladmirault, ed. by Frank 
Damrosch [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, 
harmonium or organ ace. (8vo. 
choruses, no. 6683) [14112 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 427909; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision, editing and translation] 

Ye old time melodies ; words and mu- 
sic by Paul Levi Specht [of XL S.] 
[14113 
© June 10, 1918 ; 2 c. July 5, 1918 ; 
E 426938; Monarch music co., inc., 
Reading, Pa. 

Yearnings. See Love rosary. 

Yes, uncle ; selection, by Nat D. Ayer, 
arr. by Dan Godfrey [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; full band. (Chappell's army 
journal, no. 459) [14114 

© July 10, 1918 ; 1 c. July 27, 1918 ; 
E 421430 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Yesterdays ; words and melody by B. 
W. Blewett [of U. S.], arr. by Charles 
K. Johnson [of U. S.] [14115 

© 1 c. July 5, 1918; E 427549; 
Baxter Waldo Blewett, Kansas City, 
Mo. 



Yock-a-Hllo town ; by Walter Donald- 
son of U. S.] ; military band. 4to. 
[14116 
© June 28, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 427360; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

You and I alone ; words by Madeleine 
Matzen, music by Wilson G. Smith 
[of U. S.], op. 108, no. 3; medium in 
E flat, low in D flat. [14117 

© July 6, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 9, 
1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 ; E 429411 ; 
Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. [Copy- 
right is claimed on melody and ar- 
rangement] 

YOU AND THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE ; 

words by H. Raymond, melody by H. 
Nolton [of U. S.] [14118 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918; E 429418 J 
Harry Raymond and Harry Nolton, 
San Quentin, Cal. 

YOU AEE THE ONLY ONE J SlOW f OX trot, 

words and melody by E. Cooper [of 
U. S.] [14119 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429070; 
Ethel Cooper, San Francisco. 

YOU BELONG TO NO ONE ELSE BUT ME J 

words by W. Copening, music by Leo 
Friedman [of TL S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[14120 
© June 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 429131; Wilfon Copening, Pitts- 
burgh. 

You BUY AND I'll buy moee wae sav- 
ings stamps ; words and music by 
E. J. Mallory [of U. S.] Cleveland 
and Columbus, O., Capitol music co. 
[14121 
© July 7, 1918 ; 1 c. July 23, 1918 ; 
1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; E 428993 ; Edward 
J. Mallory, Cleveland. 

YOU CAN HAVE OUE BOY, AMEEICA ; 

words by Mrs. H. F. Alber, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 

[14122 

© June 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 22, 1918 ; 

E 428765 ; Mrs. H. F. Alber, St. Louis. 

YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO DALLY WHEN YOUR 

25 years old; words and melody by 
William Tracey [of U. S.], arr. by 
Jack Earley [of U. S.] [14123 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427215; 
Hewins & Young, New York. 



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lit. in, 11. 8., v. 13 



You don't know what you'ke missing, 

'•IF 'YOU'VE NEVER HAD A KISS J WOl'dS by 

Ed. Moran and Vincent Bryan, music 
by H. Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [14124 
© Aug. 5. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 429421 ; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

YOU GET MK SO EXCITED WHEN YOU COME 

ne.\r me; words by Paul Gunning- 
bam, music bv James V. Monaco Tof 
U. S.] [14123 

© Aug. -2, 1918; 2 <•. Aug. 3, 1918; 
E 429077; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

YOU GREAT BIG HANDSOME MARINE? 

words and music by Harold Dixon 
[of l". S.] [14126 

© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 429110; Dixon-Lane pub. co.. St. 
Louis. 

"YOU GREAT BIG SOLDIER MAN; WOl'dS by 

Sarah Evelyn Claxton. music by W. 
P.use [of Holland, domiciled at New 
York] [14127 

© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 420409 ; William Buse, New York. 

YOU HOED ME IN THE HOLLOW OF YOUR 

hand; from Hotch potcb, words by 
Donah Parsons, music bv A. Emmett 
Adams [of England] [14128 

© June S, 1918 ; 1 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
E 421356; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
t'rew, ltd.. London. 

You'll be sadder but wiser. Mr. 
Kaiser, when Uncle Sam gets over 
there ; words and music by Joe Mc- 
Kiernan [of U. S.] [14129 

© May 29, 1918; 2 c. June 20, 
1918 ; E 427028 ; Joseph M. McKier- 
nan, jr., pub. co.. San Jose, Cal. 

You'll have to fight for your home 

and Old Glory : words and music by 

M. A. Cline [of U. S.] [14130 

© 1 c. July 15, 1918; E 427241; 

Mina A. Cline, Chicago. 

You're a nice cozy bundle of love; 

words by P. Haig, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14131 

© 1 c. June 15, 1.918: E 426579; 

Pearl Haig, Benson. 111. 

You're coin' to kali, in love with 
California, like I fell in love 
with you; words by Paul Cunning- 
ham, music by James V. Monaco [of 
U. S.l [14132 

© July 5, 1918; 2 c. Julv 6. 1918; 
E 426993; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



You're just like a mother to mk ; 
words by Samuel J. Perrault, music 
by C. Williams and Armand Piron 
[of U. S.] [14133 

© July 8, 1918; 2 c. July 11, 1918; 
E 428998; Clarence Williams and 
A. J. Piron, Now Orleans. 

You're some girl; words by G. J. 

Page, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of I". S.] [14134 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; E 429059; 

Geo. J. Page. Sag Harbor, N. V. 

You're such a cruel papa to me: 
words by Samuel J. Perrault. music hy 
Clarence Williams' and Armand J. 
Piron [of U. S.] [14135 

© July S, 1918; 2 c. July 11, 
1918; E 428628; Williams & Piron 
music pub. co., New Orleans. 

You're the greatest little mother 
in the world; words by Sam M. 
Lewis and Joe Young, music by 
Archie Gottler [of U. S.] [14136 
© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 23, 
1918; E 428824: Waterson. Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

You've got to wear a uniform ; words 
and melody by B. Woolf and W. 
Walker [of U. S.] arr. by B. Woolf 
[of U. S.] [14137 

© 1 c. July 9, 1918; E 428594; 
Bob Woolf, El Paso. 

YOU WERE SENT DOWN FROM HEAVEN 

for me; words and melody by G. J. 
Bennett [of U. S.] [14138 

© 1 c. July 22. 1918; E 427520: 
George J. Bennett, Brooklyn. 

YOU WILL NOT BE ALONE, WHEN YOU 

get over there; words and music 
by J. Powers [of U. S.], arr. by 
Platzmann [of U. S.] [14139 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 428729; 
Jas. Powers. Landing, N. J. 

Young (The) steersman; words by 
Walt Whitman, music by W. Rogers 
[of U. S.] ; low voice. [14140 

© May 27, 1918^ 2 c. July 18, 
1918: E 428716: Winthrop Rogers, 
ltd., London. 

Youb hoy. \ni> mine; words by E. 

Burke, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14141 

© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1918; E 429049; 

Eileen Burke, Waterbury, Conn. 



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no. 8. 1918 



14154 



YOUR COUNTRY IS CALLING YOU; WOrdS 

by Mrs. F. H. Kinney, melody by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] [14142 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429089; 
Mrs. F. H. Kinney, Waterman, 
Wash. 

Yovk eyes — your kiss ; words by 

Billee Glynn, melody and arr. by E. 

Cooper [of U. S.] [14143 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429069; 

Ethel Cooper. San Francisco. 

Your girl and mine ; words by Frank 
Gassaway, music by Wm. Johnston 
and F. Gassaway [of U. S.], arr. by 
W. J. McCoy [of U. S.] [14144 

© 1 c. July 17, 1918; E 427348; 
Wm. J. McCoy, Oakland, Cal. 

Your girl and my girl; words by F. 

H. Gassaway, music by E. Leslie 

Taylor [of U. S.] [14145 

© 1 c. July 24, 1918; E 427534; 

Frank H. Gassaway, Oakland, Cal. 

Yours truly Uncle Sam; by H. C. 
Hardley |"of U. S.], arr. by Billy 
James [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[14146 
© July 29. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1918; E 429306; H. C. Hardley, 
Philadelphia. 

words and music by H. C. Hard- 
ley [of U. S.], arr. by Billy James. 
[14147 
© July 8, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 428827; H. C. Hardley, Philadel- 
phia. 



Zara my Eastern star; words and 

music by F. G. King [of Australia. 

domiciled at New York.] [14148 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; E 429320; 

Frank Gilmore King, New York. 

Zingaresca; by Maurice Baron [of 

U. S.] ; violin and piano. [14149 

© July 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 

E 427905; G. Schirmer. inc., New 

York. 

Zion America; words and music by 
Lawrence Harper [of U. S.] [14150 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 430024; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

2 polonaises. See Liszt ( Franz ) 

2 sonates. See Brahms (Johannes) 

11th st. rag; by E. L. Bowman [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [Gary, Ind.] Bow- 
man & Ward music pub. co. [14151 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. July 18, 1918 ; 
E 428717; Euday Louis Bowman, 
Gary, Ind. 

76 (The) spirit of to day; words by 
J. J. Quinn, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14152 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429437; 
John J. Quinn, New York. 

136th U. S. A. field artillery ; march, 
by Henry Fillmore [of U. S.] 4to. 1. 
Orch. 2. Band. [14153, 14154 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. each July 10, 
1918; E 427100, 427103; Fillmore 
brothers co., Cincinnati. 

508 studies in seven exercises. See 
Cornetist's weekly technical review. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1918 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions ( including 24 unpublished ) 44 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 3,871 unpublished) 14,110 



Total 14, 154 



869 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. 

14154 



Agnus Dei, and Dona Nobis; by B. 
Cecil Klein ; in B flat. [1 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12241, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 

1890, no. 38962. 

Aie feom suite ; by Arthur Foote ; op. 
21, no. 1 ; piano, 4 hands. [2 

© A. Foote, Brookline, Mass., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years 
Renewal no. 12419, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 20, 1890, no. 
22483. 

Alone ; by C. Whitney Coombs. [3 

© C. W. Coombs, New York, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12353, May 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Dec. 29, 1890, no. 
41987. 

Alte ekinneeung (Long ago) ; von 
Templeton Strong, op. 41, no. 4; 
pf. [4 

© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzer- 
land, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12425, July 
12, 1918. Original entry, June 20, 

1891, no. 22498. 

Andante beligioso; by Horatio W. 
Parker, op. 17, no. 4; organ. [5 

© H. W. Parker, New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12305, May 14, 1918. 
Original entry, June 21, 1890, no. 
20177. 

Aeena of song; by Geo. F. Root and 
C. C. Case. [6 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased 
author, and C. C. Case, Gustavus, O., 
as the joint author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12313, May 
20, 1918. Original entry, Aug. 7, 
1890, no. 24745. 

As the haet panteth ; anthem, by 
C. P. Morrison ; sop. solo and chorus. 
[7 
© Mary A. Morrison, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12388, July 
2, 1918. Original entry, July 9, 
1890, no 21994. 



Ballet dancee; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Twelve little pieces, no. 11) [8 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12287, May 3, 
1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39051. 

Bedtime (A) song; by Margaret Ruth- 
ven Lang; op. 6, no. 2. [9 

© M. R. Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12443, July 12, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, June 26, 1891, no. 23411. 

Behold the woeks of the Loed; by 
George W. Chadwick; tenor and or- 
gan. [10 
© G. W. Chadwick, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 1243S, July 12, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, June 20, 1891, no. 22517. 

Beim winzeefest (Vintners' festival) ; 
von Templeton Strong, op. 41, no. 1 ; 
pf. [11 

© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12422, July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22495. 

Benedictus; by B. Cecil Klein; in B 
flat. [12 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12242, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 38963. 

Benedictus in A ; by P. A. Schnecker. 
8vo. [13 

© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12460, 
July IS, 1918. Original entry, Feb. 
2, 1891, no. 4734. 

Beyond the smiling and the weeping ; 
response for church service, by G. W. 
Marston ; mixed voices and organ. 

[14 
© E. Howard Thayer, Boston, 
as the executor of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12436, July 12, 191S. Origiual entry. 
June 20, 1891, no. 22515. 



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.13 



Bow dowk Thine eab; by Horatio W. 
Parker. [15 

© H. W. Parker. New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Rfenewal no. 12306, May 14. 1918. 
Original entry. Dec. 29. 1890. no. 
41973. 

Pv Babylon's wave's; arr. for part- 
song, by Horace Wadham Nicholl: 

[16 

© H. W. Nicholl. Now York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal do. 12234. May 3. 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, May 8, 1890, no. 15282. 

P>y the sea : Neapolitan air, arr. for 
women's voices and harmonized by 
William Rees [pseud, of Max Vog- 
. rich] [17 

© Alice Vogrich, % J. S. Rees, 
Melbourne, Australia, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12299, May 14, 
1918. Original entry, May 28. 1890. 
no. 17478. 

Carnation pink ; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Nosegay for young- pianists, no. 2) 

[18 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12251. 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39036. 

Child's dream ; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Twelve little pieces, no. 1) [19 

© Mary Klein. Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12277, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dee. 9, 
1890, no. 39041. 

Chinese song: by Margaret Ruthven 
Lang, op. 6, no. 1. [20 

© M. R. Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor., in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12442, July 12. 1918. Origi- 
nal entry. June 26. 1891, no. 23410. 

Come hither, ye faithful: anthem 
for Christmas, by George W. Chad- 
wick : mixed voices and organ. [21 
© G. W. Chadwick, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12437. July 12, 1918. 
Original entry. June 20, 1891, no. 
22516. 

Concert ( hobuses : by C. E. Leslie. 

[22 
© Mrs. C. E. Leslie. Madison, Wis., 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12479, 
Aug. 3, 1918. Original entry, June 
13. 1891, no. 21690. 



Concert piece; by Horatio W. Parker, 
op. 17, no. 1 ; organ, in E flat. [23 
© H. W. Parker, New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12302, May 14, 1918. 
Original entry, ' June 21, 1890, no. 
20174. 

Credo ; by B. Cecil Klein ; in B flat. 

124 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 

28 years. Renewal no. 12247, May 

3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 

- no. 38969. 

Cubfew (The) bell; by Frank Lynes, 
op. 17 ; mixed voices, pf. ace. [25 

© Adele G. Lynes, Cambridge, 
Mass., as the widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12432, July 12, 1918. Original 
entry. June 20, 1891, no. 22511. 

D. K. E. waltz; by Lewis S. Thomp- 
son ; pianoforte. [26 
© Katherine M. Thompson and 
William G. Thompson, Newton. 
Mass., as the next of kin of the au- 
thor who is not living, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12456, July 
17. 1918. Original entry, Dec. 1, 
1890, no. 38080. 

Daisy; by B. Cecil Klein (Nosegay for 
youngpianists.no.:!) [27 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12252, May 
3, 1918. original entry, Dec. 9. 1890, 
no. 39037. 

Dancing waves schotttsche : by 
Frank R. Gillis. [28 

© Cecilia Gillis Dwinell, Brook- 
lyn, as the next of kin of the author 
who is not living, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12449, July 15, 
1918. Original entry, Apr. 24, 1891. 
no. 15296. 

Day of joy and gladness ; by William 
Howard Doane. [29 

© Fannie Treat Doane. Watch 
Hill, R. I., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12273. May 10, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry. Oct. 23. 1890, no. 32987. 

Diaboltjs galop; by T. H. Rollinson; 

orch. [30 

© T. H. Rollinson, % Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12394, July 5, 1918. Original entry, 
Dec. 22, 1S90, no. 40880. 



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no. S, 1918 



1-1154 (46 t 



Dream (A) of fairy-land; juvenile 
cantata, by C. H. Gabriel. [31 

© Charles H. Gabriel, Chicago, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12466, July 25, 1918. 
Original entry, Aug. 7, 1890, no. 
24760. 

Dream pictures ; by Geo. E. Whiting, 
op. 19; cantata. [32 

© G. E. Whiting, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12433, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 20, 1891, no. 
22512. 

Etude album for violin ; selected and 
arr. by Charles N. Allen. [33 

© Eunice Humphrey Allen Bab- 
bitt, Brookline, Mass., as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12441, July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 22, 1891, 
no. 22749. 

Fairy (The) bell waltz; by D. W. 
Crist ; piano or cabinet organ. [34 
© D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12358, June 5, 1918. Orig- 
inal entry, June 7, 1890, no. 18583. 

Fairy (The) wedding march; by 

D. W. Crist; piano or cabinet organ. 

[35 

© D. W. Crist, Alliance O., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12360, June 5, 1918. Orig- 
inal entry, June 7, 1890, no. 18585. 

Far from home; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Twelve little pieces, no. 9) [36 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12285, 
May 3. 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 39049. 

First meeting; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Six melodious duets for the piano, 
no. 1) [37 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal, no. 12256, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry. Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 39064. 

Florens, the pilgrim ; a cantata, li- 
bretto by David Gow, music by Geo. 
F. Root. [38 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12315, May 20, 1918. 
Original entry, Sept. 19, 1890, no. 
28771. 



Flower (The) schottische; by D. W. 
Crist ; piano or cabinet organ. [39 
© D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12362, June 5, 1918. Orig- 
inal entry, June 7, 1890, no. 18587. 

Flower song; by B. Cecil Klein. (Six 
melodious duets for the piano, no. 4) 
[40 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12259, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 39067. 

Forget-me-not ; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Nosegav for voung pianists, no. 6) 
[41 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 2S years. Renewal no. 12255, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 39040. 

From the Black Forest; by B. Cecil 
Klein. (Album melodique for the 
piano, no. 4) [42 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12265, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
29, 1890, no. 41996. 

Gavotte from suite ; by Arthur Foote, 
op. 21, no. 3 ; piano, 4 hands. [43 
© A. Foote, Brookline, Mass., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12421, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 20, 1891, no. 
22485. 

Gen. Felix Angus march ; by W. Paris 
Chambers; band. [44 

© Evelyn E. Chambers, Kansas 
City, Mo., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12230, May 1, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Nov. 21, 1890, no. 36933. 

Give alms of thy goods ; by P. A. 
Schnecker ; sop. ten. & bass. [45 
© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as the widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12409. July 9, 1918. Original entry, 
Dec. 9, 1890, no. 39075. 

Gleaming star ; by B. Cecil Klein. [46 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12276. May 
3, 1918. Original entry, May 28, 
1S90. no. 17496. 



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Gloeia in excelsis; by P. A. Schnec- 
ker; in A. 8vo. [47 

© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12461, 
July 18, 1918. Original entry, Mar. 

2, 1891, no. 8017. 

Glory to God Most High ; by S. S. 
Shriver, music by Annie F. Loud. 
[48 
© A. F. Loud, Brookline, Mass., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12390, July 5, 
1918. Original entry, Dec. 1, 1890, 
no. 38079. 

Good-bye; by B. Cecil Klein. (Twelve 

little pieces, no. 12) [49 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 

28 years. Renewal no. 12288, May 

3, 1918. Original entry Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39052. 

Good humor; by B. Cecil Klein. (Al- 
bum melodique for the piano, no. 2) 
[50 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12264; May 
3, 1918. Original entry Dec. 29, 1890, 
no. 41995. 
Greetings from Spain ; by B. Cecil 
Klein. (Twelve little pieces, no. 10) 
[51 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12286, May 
3, 1918. Original entry Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39050. 
Hail the king ; by Homer N. Bartlett. 
[52 
© H. N. Bartlett, New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12235, May 3, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, May 8, 1890, no. 15302. 
Hail to the Lord's annointed ; by B. 
Cecil Klein. [53 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12289, May 
3, 1918. Original entry Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 38960. 
Hail to the Monarch who lies in a 
manger; words by Frederick W. 
Bancroft, music by G. W. Marston; 
Christmas hymn, organ ace. [54 

© E. Howard Thayer, Boston, as 
the executor of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12434, Julv 12, 1918. Original entry, 
June 20, 1891, no. 22513. 



Harbor (The) of dreams ; by Margaret 
Ruthven Lang, op. 7, no. 3. [55 

© M. R. Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12447, July 12,1918. Origi- 
nal entry, June 26, 1891, no. 23415. 

Harris (Arthur E.) Six sonatinas; 
adapted by A. E. Harris ; violin and 
piano. [56 

© A. E. Harris, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12453, July 8, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Nov. 5, 1890, no. 34865. 

(Haunt (The) of the nymphs ; waltzes 
by C. W. Bennet ; orch. [57 

© C. W. Bennet, Maiden, Mass., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12455, July 16, 1918. 
Original entry, Dec. 31, 1890, no. 
42709. 

Hungaria ; by B. Cecil Klein. (Twelve 
little pieces, no. 5) [58 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no 12281, May 
3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39045. 

Hungarian (The) band; by B. Cecil 
Klein ; piano, 4 hands. [59 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no 12269, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 29, 
1890, no. 42002. 

I am the vine ; by Geo. F. Root. [60 
© Clara Louise Burnham, Chicago, 
as the child of the deceased author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12312, May 20, 1918. Original 
entry, July 25, 1890, no. 23499. 

Idalia waltzes; by C. W. Bennet; 
piano. [61. 

© C. W. Bennet, Maiden, Mass., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12450. July 8. 1918. 
Original entry, Nov. 5, 1890, no. 
34869. 

Impromptu ; by Horatio W. Parker, op. 
17, no. 2 ; organ, in A flat. [62 

© H. W. Parker, New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12303, May 14. 1918. 
Original entry, June 21, 1890, no. 
20175. 

In autumn ; song with violin part, by 
Oscar Weil, op. 10, no. 1 ; voice, vio- 
lin and piano. [63 
© O. Weil, San Francisco, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12393, July 5, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Dec. 22, 1890, no. 40878. 



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RENEWALS AND EXTENSIONS 



no. 8, 1918 



14154 (79) 



In den bebgen; (Among the moun- 
tains) ; von Templeton Strong, op. 
42, no. 4 ; pf. [64 

© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12430, July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22503. 

In einem VEBWUNSCHTEN walde (In a 
haunted forest) ; von Edward A. 
MacDowell, op. 42; suite for 4 
hands. [65 

© Marian MacDowell, Peterbor- 
ough, N. H., as the widow of the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12418, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 20, 1891, no. 
22482. 

IN HEAVENLY LOVE ABIDING J by B. 

Cecil Klein. [66 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12236, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, June 
21, 1890, no. 20194. 

In the silent eobest; by B. Cecil 
Klein. (Album melodique for the 
piano, no. 6) [67 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12268, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
29, 1890, no. 41999. 

Intebmezzo fbom suite; by Arthur 
Foote, op. 21, no. 2; piano, 4 hands. 
[68 
© A. Foote, Brookline, Mass., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12420, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 20, 1891, no. 
22484. 

Jolly (A) sailob boy; by B. Cecil 
Klein. (Album melodique for the 
piano, no. 3) [69 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12266, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
29, 1890, no. 41997. 

Jubilate Deo; by B. Cecil Klein; in 
E flat. [70 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12240, 
May 3, 191S. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 38961. 



Jubilate in A; by P. A. Schnecker. 
8vo. [71 

© Louise U. Schnecker, New 
York, as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12459, July 18, 1918. Original en- 
try, Feb. 2, 1891, no. 4733. 

King of the boad; galop, by T. H. 
Rollinson ; orch. [72 

© T. H. Rollinson, % Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston, as the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12392, July 5, 1918. Original entry, 
Dec. 22, 1890, no. 40881. 

Kleine etude (A little study) ; von 
Templeton Strong, op. 41, no. 2; 
pf. [73 

© T. Strong, Genoa, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12423. July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22496. 

Keiegslied unseeee ahnen (An old 
war song) ; von Templeton Strong, 
op. 41, no. 5; pf. [74 

© T. Strong, Geneoa, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12426. July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22499. 

Kybie, no. i, 2 ; by B. Cecil Klein; in 

F. [75, 76 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 

the widow of the author, in renewal 

. for 28 years. Renewal no. 12244, 
12245, each. May 3, 1918. Original 
entry each, Dec. 9, 1890, no. 38965, 
38966. 

Kybie, and Gloeia tibi; by B. Cecil 
Klein ; in B flat. [77 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no 12243.. 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 38964. 

Lament; by Margaret Ruthven Lang, 
op. 6, no. 3. [78 

© M. R. Lang, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12444. July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 26, 1891, no. 
23412. 

Laudes Domini; a selection of spir- 
itual songs, ancient and modern, for 
use in the prayer meeting, ed.* by 
Chas. S. Robinson. [79 

© Century co., New York, as the 
proprietor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12407. July 9, 1918. 
Original entry, July 19, 1890, no.. 
22900. 



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Liebeserklarung (A , declaration) ; 
von Templeton Strong, op. 41, no. 
3: i)f. [80 

© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12424. July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22497. 

Ltkk as the hart ; by B. Cecil Klein. 

[81 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 

the widow of the author, in renewal 

for 28 years. Renewal no. 12237. 

May 3, 1918. Original entry, June 

21, 1890, no. 20195. 
Little beggar ; by B. Cecil Klein. 

(Twelve little pieces, no. 6) [82 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 

28 vears. Renewal no. 12282, May 3, 

1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 

no. 39046. 
Little coquette : by B. Cecil Klein. 

^Twelve little pieces, no. 8) [83 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 

28 years. Renewal no. 122S4, May 3. 

1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 

no. 3904S. 

Little (The) drummer; by B. Cecil 

Klein. (Album melodique for the 

piano, no. 5) [84 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 

28 vears. Renewal no. 12267. May 3, 

1918. Original entry. Dec. 29, 1891). 

no. 41998. 
Lord is my light; by Horatio W. 

Parker. [85 

© H. W. Parker, New Haven, as 

the author, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12307. May 14. 1918. 

Original entry, Dec. 29, 1890, no. 

41974. 
Lord (The) is risen; Easter anthem, 

from The light of the world, by 

Arthur Sullivan, arr. by G. B. Nevin. 

8vo. [86 

© George B. Nevin, Easton, Pa., as 

the author, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12463, July 18, 191S. 

Original entry, June 16, 1891, no. 



Lord we come before Thee now ; by 
William Howard Doane. [87| 

©Fannie Treat Doane, Watch Hill, 
R. I., as the widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12274. May 10, 1918. Original entry. 
Dec. 19, 1890, no. 40401. 

876 



Love in springtime; by Luigi Arditl, 
tr. by Nathan Haskell Dole; mezzo 
sop. or baritone', in C. [88 

© N. H. Dole, Jamaica Plain, 
.Mass., as the author, in renewal foi- 
l's; years. Renewal no. 12365, May 
29. 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39007. 

MacDowell (Edward Alexander) 
Suite fur grosses orchester ; von E. A. 
MacDowell, op. 42; partitur. [89 

© Marion MacDowell, Peter- 
borough, N. H., as the widow of the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12417, July 12, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, June 20, 1891, no. 22481. 

Magnificat; by Horatio W. Parker. 

[90 

© II. W. Parker. New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12300, May 14, 1918. 
Original entry, May 28, 1890, no. 

17505. 

Manger in the hillside ; words by 
Clara Louise Burnham, music by 
Geo. F. Root. [91 

© C. L. Burnham, Chicago, as the 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12316, May 20. 191S. Original entry, 
Oct. 9, 1890, no. 31320. 

May (The) blossom waltz; by D. W. 
Crist ; piano or cabinet organ. [92 
© D. W. Crist. Alliance, O.. as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12361. June 5. 1918. Orig- 
inal entry. June 7, 1890, no. 18586. 

Mazurka fantastique; by S. E. Cold- 
stein. [93 
© S. E. Goldstein, % Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston, as the author, in 
renewal for 28 vears. Renewal no. 
12391. July 5, 1918. Original entry, 
Dec. 16, 1890. no. 39953. 

Melpomene ; dramatische overture fiir 
orchestra, componirt von George W. 
Chadwick ; partitur. [94 

© G. W. Chadwick. Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12415, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry. June 20, 1891, no. 
22479. 



— Same; 4 handen. [95 

© G. W. Chadwick, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12416 July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June - J<». L891, no. 
22480. 



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no. 8, 1918 



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Mignonette ; by B. Cecil Klein. (Nose- 
gay for young pianists, no. 4) [96 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12253, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 



,18 



, no. 



Miller's (The) daughter; an entirely 
original American opera in 2 acts, 
libretto by F. E. Hiland, music by 
Walter H. Lewis. [97 

© W. H. Lewis, Manchester, 
N. H., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12367, June 
10, 1918. Original entry, Oct. 17, 
1890, no. 32240. 

Morning walk ; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Twelve little pieces, no. 7) [98 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12283; May 
3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39047. 

My eaith looks up to Thee ; duet, by 
P. A. Schnecker ; ten, and bass. [99 
© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as the widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12408, July 9, 1918. Original entry, 
Dec. 9, 1890, no. 39074. 

Nachtmtjsik (Serenade) ; von Temple- 
ton Strong, op. 42, no. 1 ; pf. [100 
© T. Strong. Geneva. Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
vears. Renewal no. 12427, July 12, 
1918. Original entry. June 20, 1891, 
no. 22500. 

National airs ; violin quartet, adapted 
by Arthur E. Harris. [101 

© A. E. Harris, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12451, July 8, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 20, 1890, no. 32743. 

Night; by Margaret Ruthven Lang, 
op. 7, no. 1. [102 

© M. R. Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12445, July 12, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, June 26, 1891. no. 23413. 

Night (The) has a thousand eyes; 
by George B. Nevin ; sop. or ten. in 
G. [103 

© G. B. Nevin, Easton, Pa., as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12395, July 5, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry. Nov. 17, 1890, no. 36328. 



Nunc Dimittis in E flat ; by Horatio' 
W. Parker. [104 

© H. W. Parker, New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12301, May 14, 1918. 
Original entry, May 28, 1890, no. 
17506. 

O FOR A CLOSER WALK WITH GOD ; by 

P. A. Schnecker ; bass voice. [105 

© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12462, 
July 18, 1918. Original entry, Mar. 

2, 1891, no. 8032. 

Offertory sentences ; by B. Cecil 

Klein. [106 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 

widow of the author, in renewal for 

28 years. Renewal no. 12248. May 

3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 



Oh Lord, my God ; by B. Cecil Klein. 

[107 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12239, May 
3, 1918. Original entry, June 21, 
1890, no. 20197. 

Once again ; words by C. L. B., music 
by G. F. R. [108 

© Clara Louise Burnham, as the 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12317, Mav 20, 1918. Original entry, 
Oct 9, 1890. no. 31324. 

Orphan (The) ; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Album melodique for the piano, no. 
1) [109 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12263. May 
3. 1918. Original entry, Dec. 29, 
1890, no. 41994. 

Pansy; by B. Cecil Klein. (Nosegay 
for young pianists, no. 5) [110 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no, 12254, May 
3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39039. 

Parting ; by B. Cecil Klein. ( Six melo- 
dious duets for the piano, no. 6) [111 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12261, May 
3, 1918. Original entry. Doc. 9, 1S90, 
no. 39069. 



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Polka bondo; by B. Cecil Klein. (Six 
melodious duets for the piano, no. 3) 
[112 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as the 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 12258, May 
3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 1890, 
no. 39066. 

Prayer, and Rondo ; violin quartet, 
adapted by Arthur E. Harris. [113 
© A. E. Harris, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12452, July 8, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 20, 1890, no. 32742. 

Rejoice, the Lord is King ; by B. Cecil 
Klein. [114 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12246, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 38967. 

Rend your heart; by B. Cecil Klein. 
[115 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 1223S, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, June 
21, 1890, no. 20196. 

Romanza; by Horatio W. Parker, op. 
17, no. 3 ; organ, in D. [116 

© H. W. Parker, New Haven, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12304, May 14, 1918. 
Original entry, June 21, 1890, no. 
20176. 

Sans souci; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Twelve little pieces, no. 3) [117 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12279, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39043. 

Santa Lucia ; Neapolitan air, arr. for 
women's voices and harmonized by 
William Rees [pseud, of Max Vog- 
rich] [118 

© Alice Vogrich, % J. S. Rees, 
Melbourne, Australia, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 2S 
years. Renewal no. 12298, May 14, 
1918. Original entry, May 28, 1890, 
no. 17477. 

Saviour, blessed Saviour; by B. Cecil 
Klein. [119 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12290, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 38968. 



■ i 
Saviour, like a shepherd lead us ; 
by George W. Chadwick; mixed 
voices and organ. [120 

© G. W. Chadwick, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12440, July 12, 1918. Orig- 
inal entry, June 20, 1891, no. 22519. 

Skating; by B. Cecil Klein. (Twelve 
little pieces, no. 2) [121 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12278; 
May 3, 1918; Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39042. 

Slumber song ; by Margaret Ruthven 
Lang, op. 7, no. 2. [122 

© M. R. Lang, Boston, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12446, July 12, 1918. 
Original entry, June 26, 1891, no. 
23414. 

Song of a summer night ; by C. Whit- 
ney Coombs. [123 
© C. W. Coombs, New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12354, May 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Dec. 29, 1890, no. 
419SS. 

Spanish serenade; by B. Cecil Klein. 
(Six melodious duets for the piano, 
no. 5) [124 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12260, 
May 3, 1918. Original entrv, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 39068. 

Spielerei (A trifle) ; von Templeton 
Strong, op. 42, no. 3 ; pf. [125 

© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12429, Julv 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22502. 

Sunny (The) South waltz ; by D. 
W. Crist; piano or cabinet organ. 
[126 
© D. W. Crist, Alliance, O., as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12359, June 5, 1918. 
Original entry, June 7. 1S90, no. 
18584. 

Sursum corda, and Sanctus ; by B. 
Cecil Klein. [127 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12249, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 38971. 



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TE DeUM LAUDAMUS IN B FLAT ', by G. 

W. Marston; mixed voices and or- 
gan. [128 
© E. Howard Thayer, Boston, as 
the executor of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12435, July 12, 1918. Original entry, 
June 20, 1891, no. 22514. 

Temple anthems ; by C. E. Leslie. 
[129 
© Mrs. C. E. Leslie, Madison, Wis., 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12478, 
Aug. 3, 1918. Original entry, Feb. 
2, 1891, no. 4585. 

Thou art my God ; by Geo. F. Root. 

[130 
© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12314, May 20, 1918. 
Original entry, Sept. 5, 1890, no. 
27264. 

Thy sun shall no more go down ; 
by Geo. F. Root. [131 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chi- 
cago, as the child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12319, May 20, 1918. 
Original entry, Oct. 9, 1890, no. 
31329. 

'Tis sweet to know; by Will L. 
Thompson. [132 

© Elizabeth J. Thompson, % Hope 
pub. co., Chicago, as widow of the 
author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 124S9, July 24, 1918. 
Renewal entry, Dec. 2, 1904, no. 
083114. 

Teaum (Ein) (A dream) ; von Tem- 
pleton Strong, op. 42, no. 5; pf. 

[133 
© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12431, Julv 12, 
1918, Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22504. 

Tbicotrin waltzes ; piano solo, by C. 



W. Bennet. 



[134 



© C. W. Bennet, Maiden, Mass., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12454. July 8, 
1918. Original entry, Nov. 5, 1890, 
no. 34867. 



Tyrolean serenade ; by B. Cecil Klein, 
(Twelve little pieces, no. 4) [135 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12280, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 
9, 1890, no. 39044. 

Valse lente ; by B. Cecil Klein. ( Six 
melodius duets for the piano, no. 2. ) 
[136 
© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12257, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39065. 

Venite in A ; by P. A. Schnecker. 8vo. 
[137 
© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12458, 
July 18, 1918. Original entry, Feb. 
2, 1891, no. 4732. 

Violet; by B. Cecil Klein. (Nosegay 
for young pianists, no. 1) [138 

© Mary Klein, Philadelphia, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12250, 
May 3, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39035. 

Vorwurf (Reproach) ; von Templeton 
Strong, op. 42, no. 2 ; pf. [139 

© T. Strong, Geneva, Switzerland, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12428, July 12, 
1918. Original entry, June 20, 1891, 
no. 22501. 

Wait on the Lord ; by P. A. Schnecker ; 
sop., mezzo sop. and alto. [140 

© Louise U. Schnecker, New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12457, 
July 18, 1918. Original entry, Dec. 9, 
1890, no. 39076. 

We come before Thee; by Geo. F. 
Root; men's voices. [141 

© Clara Louise Burnham, Chicago, 
as the child of the deceased author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12318, May 20, 1918. Original 
entry, Oct. 9, 1S90, no. 31327. 

While Thee I seek ; by George W. 
Chadwick ; alto solo and organ. [142 
© G. W. Chadwick. Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12439. July 12, 1918. 
Original entrv, June 20, 1891, no. 
22518. 



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Ye are the light of the wobld; by 
Geo. F. Root. [143 

© Clara Louise Burnhani, Chicago, 
as the child of the deceased author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12311, May 20, 1918. Original en- 
try, June 19, 1890, no. 19930. 



Young (The) king and the s 
ess ; by Max Vogrich. [144 

<c) Alice Vogrich, % J. S. Rees, 
Melbourne, Australia, as the widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12262, May 3, 
1918. Original entry, Dec. 29, 1890, 
no. 41978. 



880 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED POR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [14154 



A Santa Cecilia ; marcia, by Radaelli. 
[145 
© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 169. 
Almost home. [146 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 
Aloha land waltz. [147 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Aloha waltzes. [148 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 
Aeabian bag. [149 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 
At half past nine. [150 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 
Baby Jim. [151 

© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd July 29, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 167. 
Beautiful lady, tell me; from The 
rainbow girl. [152 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 17, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 171. 

Bluin' the blues. [153 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 16, 1918; recorded v. 
3, p. 171. 
Boots, boots, boots. [154 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 
Budah ; from Passing show of 1918, by 
Lew Pollack. [155 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Au?. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 172. 



Castiglane; valzer cantabile, by 

Magliani. [156 

© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 167. 

Chabme d' amour; lyric by Louis 

Weslyn, music by Edwin F. Kendall. 

[157 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 23. 1918; recorded. 

v. 3, p. 166. 

Cinka panna ; Hungarian fantasie, 
by Helen Ware. [158 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 7, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 171. 

Come sail with me on the golden 
sea. [159 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 17, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 171. 

Dance of the water sprites. [160 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 8, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 170. 

Devil (The) has bought up all the 

COAL. [161 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 
Down by the babbling brook; by 
Milton Sherman. [162 

© Church, Paxson & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 17, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 
Drowsy waters. [163 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 
Everything is peaches down in 
Georgia. [164 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 24, 191S ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 168. 
Fair Hawaii. [165 

© Sherman, Clay & co.. San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 



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First kiss (Primo bacio) ; mazurka, 

by Anelli. [166 

© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 167. 

Florida moon. [167 

© M Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 8, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 170. 

Follies 1918 ; medley, intro. I want to 
learn to jazz dance, Garden of my 
dreams. [168 

© T B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 2, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 169. 

Gaeden of paradise. [169 

© Sherman Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Get up, get out and go. [170 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Gipsy song; from Maytime, by Sig- 

mund Romberg. [171 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 172. 

Girl (The) he left behind him, has 

the hardest fight of all. [172 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Girls of France. [173 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Golden (The) pheasant; from Over 
the top, by Sigmund Romberg and 
Herman Timberg. [174 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 172. 

Golden (The) West and you. [175 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Golfo (II) incantato; valzer by Fi- 

orillo. [176 

© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 167. 

Happiness. [177 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 



Hello Central! gtve me no man's 

LAND. [178 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
191S ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

HlLO MARCH. [179 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

How'D YOU LIKE TO BE MY DADDY. [180 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder CO., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

I CANNOT BEAR TO SAY GOOD-BYE. [181 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

I'll take California for mine. [182 
© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 168. 

I'm gonna pin my medal on the girl 

i left behind. [183 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

I'm on a long, long ramble. [184 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

I miss that Mississippi miss that 

misses me. [185 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

I WANT A DOLL. [186 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd July 30,' 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 167. 

I WONDER WHY SHE KEPT ON SAYING 

Si, si, si, si, si, senor. [1S7 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

If you had the brains your mother 

HAD. [188 

© Shapiro. Bernstein & co., inc.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p, 171. 

If you're crazy about the women, 

you're not crazy at all. [189 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 



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In cheeky blossom land. [190 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 30, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 168. 

In dear old sunny Spain. [191 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

In old Japan. [192 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Kalima waltz. [193 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Kiss burglar ; valse. [194 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Aug. 2, 1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 169. 

Lady (The) picking mulberries; by 

Edgar Stillman Kelley. [195 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 172. 

Li'l Liza Jane. [196 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Little Honolulu Lou. [197 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Love's lullaby; by Stetson. [198 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 172. 

Loyalty is the word to-day. [199 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & CO., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 171. 

Mammy's chocolate soldier. [200 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Man (The) who put the germ in 

Germany. [201 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Manola ; mazurka espagnole, by De 

Crescenzo. [202 

© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 167. 



March on ! march on ! with our com- 
rades OVER THERE. [203 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

MaVOUENEEN I CALLED YOU. [204 

© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd July 29, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 167. 
Mexicala. [205 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 
Mood pensive ; by Walter Bolfe. [206 
© Church, Paxson & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 17, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 
My dream girl. [207 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

My dreamy little lotus flower. [208 
© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd July 29, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 167. 

My Hawaiian Rose. [209 

© Walter Boilian, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 10, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 170. 
My lonely fleur-de-lis. [210 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 3, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 168. 
My robin is to the greenwood gone; 
by Percy Aldridge Grainger. [211 
© Schott & co., London. Notice 
rec'd Aug. 2, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 
167. 

My Waikiki ukulele girl. [212 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Night (The) nursery; words by 
Ethel Bernard Kelly, music by 
Claude Arundale. [213 

© J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. Notice rec'd Aug. 2, 191S; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Oh ! Frenchy. [214 

© Broadway music corp-, New 
York. Notice rec'd July 27, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 169. 

Oh ! how I hate to get up in the 

MORNING. [215 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 



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Oh, bed is the English rose ; by Cecil 
Forsyth. [216 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 12, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 169. 

Oj ma tu saie pecchk ; eanzonetta ap- 

passionata, by Pennino. [217 

© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 169. 

Old plantation. [218 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 168. 

On the level, you're a little devil. 

[219 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Our victors. [220 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 17, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 171. 

Over the sea boys. [221 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Piccolo pic ; by Walter L. Slater. [222 
© Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Aug. 10, 1918; recorded, v. 3, 
p. 169. 

Pick 'em up, and lay 'em down. [223 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Pozieres march ; by Alex F. Lithgow. 
[224 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 24, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 169. 

Pretty Polly. [225 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 169. 

Rinuccia ; polka, by Anelli. [226 

© Mauro V. Cardilli. New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 167. 

Rose room fox-trot and song. [227 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Sammy give 'em the union yell. [228 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 8, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 170. 



San Francisco blues. [229 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Ships that pass in the night. 

[230 
© Forster, music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd July 22, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 167. 

Speranze perdute (Lost hopes) ; val- 
uer, by Morelli. [231 
© Mauro V. Cardilli, New York. 
Notice rec'd July 24, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 169. 

Summer showers. [232 

© Forster. music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd July 22. 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 167. 

Sweet brown maid oe Kaimukt. [233 
© Sherman, Clay & co.. San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 

Sweet peaches, I hope this letter 

beaches and beings you back to me ; 

[234 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 171. 

There's a battlefield in every 

mother's heart. [235 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918; recorded, v. 3. p. 170. 

They were alt, out of step but Jim. 

[236 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

Thou shalt not steal thy neighbor's 

mule. [237 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

191S: recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

'Till I'm called by the Master 

above. [238 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 8, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 170. 

To victory : by Henry Hadley. [239 

© Carl Fischer, New York. [239 

tice rec'd Aug. 7, 1918; recorded, v. 

3. p. 171. 

Trombone jazz. [240 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918; recorded, v. 3. p. 170. 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 8, 1918 



14154 (252) 



Victory. [241 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

We don't want the bacon, what we 

want is a piece of the rhine. [242 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 16, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 171. 

We're coming from Cody. [243 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 14, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 169. 

When Alexander takes his ragtime 

band to France. [244 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

When I get back to my American 
Blighty. [245 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 24, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 168. 

When you come back, and you will 
come back, there's the whole 
world waiting for you. [246 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd July 27, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 166. 



While the incense is burning. [247 
© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd July 5, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 168. 
Who do you think you're foolin', 
with that million dollar talk. 

[248 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

You don't know the half of it, 

DEARIE. [249 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 
You don't know what you're MISSING, 

IF YOU NEVER HAD A KISS. [250 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 7, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 

You're going to fall in love with 

California, like I fell in love 

WITH YOU. [251 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 8, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 170. 

You're the greatest little mother in 

the world. [252 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 170. 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1S91, 
OF JUNE 30, 1903, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1918 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
No. 9 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1918 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users of this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions.— (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles, each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Bach (Johann 
Sebastian) ; Beethoven (Ludwig van) ; Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie) ; 
Chopin (Frederic Francois) ; Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) ; Haydn (Franz Josef) ; 
Liszt (Franz); Mascagni (Pietro); Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic); Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix); Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus); 
Paganini (Niccolo); Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) ; Schubert (Franz 
Peter) ; Schumann (Robert Alexander) ; Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) ; Verdi 
(Giuseppe). In case of all such works, however, there are cross references 
in the title alphabet from the title of each work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes 
elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identifying titles, 
but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," " march," 
" cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," " etude," 
" study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only identifiable 
by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's name with- 
out cross references from the titles. 

Imprints.— As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



'a cchiu' bella 'e Makechiaee ; versi 
e musica del Luigi Donadio [of 
Italy, domiciled at New York] ; 
mand. ace. (Edizione Russo, no. 
255.) [14155 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918: E 429883; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 

Abbascio la Gegmania viva gli ; Stati 
Uniti ; versi e melodie del Luigi Don- 
adio [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; mand. ace. (Edizione Russo, 
no. 251.) [14156 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429885; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 

Absent (The) brother; words and 
music by Arthur Wm. Walker [of 
U. S.] [14157 

© July 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 432175 ; National music pub. co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Abundant life; hymn, words by 
Chester S. Arnt, music by James 
Robinson [of U. S.] [14158 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432276; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Abundantly pardon; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by H. A. Henry [of 
U. S.] [14159 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432280; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Across the sea; words and music by 

B. Purnell [of U. S.] [14160 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430096; 

Benjamin Purnell, Benton Harbor, 

Mich. 

Adieu. See Field (Almon E.) Melo- 
dies. 

Adjutant's call; march, by R. M. 

Storer [of U. S.] ; piano. [14161 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430621; 

Robert M. Storer, St. Louis. 
■ See also Griffes (Charles T.) Six 

bugle-call pieces. 

Adoremus. See Selecta opera ; collec- 
tion choisie, no. 7. 



After the war is over ; words by E. J. 
Pourmon, Jos. Woodruff and Andrew 
B. Sterling [of U. S.], music by 
Harry Andrieu. [14162 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429975; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new words.] 

Ah love but a day; by Hallett Gil- 
berts ; arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S] ; 
full orch. [14163 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429688; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Ah'm goin' over de top; words by R. 
Gardner, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [14164 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430419; Ruth Gardner, 
Springfield, 111. 

Ah, mai non cessate ; versi anon, mu- 
sica di Stefano Donaudy [of Italy]. 
[14165 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421624; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Ah tais toi. See Si j' etais midinette. 

Album of descriptive pieces ; by vari- 
ous composers, comp. by Theo. 
Presser [of U. S.] ; pf. [14160 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432029; Theo. Presser co. ; 
Philadelphia. [Copright is claimed 
on compilation.] 

Album of songs ; words by Byron, 
Longfellow, and others, music by C. 
H. Reed [of Great Britain] London, 
Weekes & co. [14107 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 : 
E 421544 ; W. H. Reed, Exeter, Eng- 
land. 

Alice ; valse lente, intro : Alice where 
art thou, by Ascher, arr. by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Impres- 
sions in tone, second series, no. 
15390) [14168 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S; E 4320S7; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is churned 
on arrangement.] 



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141G9 



pt. nr, n. s., v. 13 



Alito d'innamorati ; niazurk, del En- 
rico Rossi [of U. S.] ; 1° e 2° mand. 
e chitarra. [14169 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
191S: E 429SS7; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 

All aboard ; words and music by W. G. 
Lopeman [of U. S.l. harmonized by 
F. B. Smith [of U. S.] 4to. (Cover 
title: The Gospel passenger) 

[14170 
© Aug. 1. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 432102 ; Wesley G. Lopeman, Holt- 
ville, Cal. 

All for the sake of England ; words 
by Ted Hagcrerty, music by Henry 
E. Pether [of England] [14171 

© July 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421fi4S; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

All line tip in a queue; words by 
D. S. Parsons, music by Howard 
Carr [of England] [14172 

© Aug. 14, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
191S ; E 421SG2 ; B. Feldman & co., & 
Herman Darewski music pub. co., 
London. 

All the world is swaying; from 
head over heels, words by Edgar 
Allan Woolf, music by Jerome Kern 
[of U. S.] [14173 

© Aug. 31, 191S ; 2 c. Sept 3, 1918 ; 
E 432151; T. B. Harms co., New 
York. 

All the world's for all of us ; words 

bv E. D. Johnson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14174 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 4295S1 ; 

Edwin D. Johnson, Chicago. 

Alltes (The) march; by J. Biondi 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [14175 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

1918: E 429646; Joseph Biondi, 

Brooklyn. 

Alone in a great big world ; from 
Some night, words and music by 
Harry Delf [of U. S.] [14176 

© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept 7, 1918 ; 
E 4322S7 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Alone with you; from Very good 
Eddie, words and music by Cole 
Porter and Melville Gideon [of Eng- 
land] [14177 
© July 9, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 5, 191S; 
E 421538 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., New York. 



America; words by Samuel Smith, 
music by R. L. Paxson [of U. S.], 
arr. by C. Walter Wallace [of U. 
S.] 4to. [14178 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918; E 430330; Robert Lawrence 
Paxson, Williamsport, Pa. 

See also A song for our soldiers 

and nurses. — Star Spangled Banner 
[and] America. 

America, America; words by II. T. 

Cooke, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14179 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430243; 

Harriet Turner Cooke, Orange, N. J. 

America, at last you are waking ; 

words by C. E. Mclntyre, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [141S0 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 191S; E 432156; 

Chas. E. Mclntyre, Pueblo, Colo. 

America awake; the Yankee camp 
sonc;, words and music by G. C. 
Baker [of U. S.] Santa Barbara, 
Cal., Liberty pub. co. [141S1 

© July 29, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
191S; E 432120; George Clinton 
Baker, Santa Barbara, Cal. 

America is good enough for me; 
words by M. R. Glasgow, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[141S2 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 
Mary R. Glasgow, Omaha, Nebr. 

America, mother of nations ; anthem, 

words and music by C. R. Ballner 

[of U. S.] [141S3 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918 ; E 432391 ; 

Charles R. Ballner, New York. 

America's out to win ; words and arr. 
by C. E. Reyer [of U. S.l. melody by 
M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher 
of U.S.] [14184 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430102; 
Clyde Edna Reyer, Sharon, Pa. 

America saved the day: words and 

music by H. Leslie Brown [of V. S.l 

[14185 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 429647; 

Harry L. Brown, Laconia, N. H. 

America, that name sounds good to 

me: words by C. L. Spieler, melody 

by it. C. Browne [of U. S.] [14186 

© 1 c. Aug. 19. 1918; E 4297S8; 

Chas. L. Spider. Clarksburgh, Mo. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



America we'll never say die ; words 
and music by F. S. Balliett [of U. 
S.l Cleveland, O., Associate mm 



pub': 

© Aug. 22, 1918 
191S; -E 432011; 
Balliett, Cleveland. 



[14187 

2 c. Aug. 28, 
Flora Shane 



America we love you; words and 

music by J. H. McDonald [of U. S.l 

[141S8 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429851; 

John H. McDonald, Fulton, Mo. 

American beauties ; waltz, by H. Fed- 
eroff [of U. S.] ; piano. [14189 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 3918; E 432114; 
Herman Federoff, Baltimore. 

American beauty; words by Alfred 
Bryan and Edgar Leslie, music by 
M. K. Jerome [of U. S.] [14190 

© Aug. 16. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918 ; E 429S04 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

take your hats off for Old Glory, 

salute the Stars and Stripes, words 

and melody by C. Kroeder [of U. S.l 

[14191 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429S99 ; 

Chas. Koeder, St. Louis. 

American (The) flag; cantata, words 
by Joseph Rodman Drake, music by 
J. H. Swanger [of U. S.] ; soli, cho. 
and organ. 4to. [14192 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
17, 1918 ; A 502541 ; J. H. Swanger, 
Lickdale, Pa. 
American hymn; words and music by 
Mrs. G. R. Brown [of U. S.l 

[14193 
© Aug. 29. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 4322G3 ; Mrs. Geo. R. Brown, 
Otsego, Mich. 

American (An) mother; words and 
music by W. J. Coleman [of U. S.]. 
arr. by Arthur Kendall [of U. S.] 

[14194 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429750; 

William J. Coleman. Hyde Park, 

Mass. 

American soldiers war song ; words 

and music by R. Uhlmann [of 

U. S.l ; with cho. [1419.1 

© Aug. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 

E 4321S3; Robert Uhlmann, Peoria, 

111. 

American (The) triumphal; march 
by R. M. Storer [of U. S.l [14196 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430G20; 
Robert M. Storer. St. Louis. 



Americans (The) come; three-part 
song, words by Elizabeth A. Wilbur, 
music by Fay Foster [of U. S.] ; 
women's chorus with a solo of ten. 
or baritone. 4to. [14197 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 430368; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement! 

America's call; words and music by 
N. Parsley [of U. S.l Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [14198 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 42991S; Nora Parsley, No- 
lan, W. Va. 

Amico (L') dei eanciulli; (The chil- 
dren's friend) ; picoli pezzi facili, 
di Louis K older, op. 243, nuova edi- 
zione riveduta da Ernesto Marciano 
[of Italy! ; pf. (Edizione Ricordi, 
nos. 39, 40) v.- 1, II. [14199,14200 
© Aug. 3. 1918 : 1 c. each Aug: 8, 
1918 : E 421617, 421620 ; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 

Amor s'apprende; ballatella a canone, 

versi anon, musica di Stefano Do- 

naudy [of Italy] ; due voci. [14201 

© Aug. 3, 191S; 1 c. Aug. S. 1918: 

E 421640 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

And there you are; from Shanghai, 
words by Alf Hampton, music by 
Isidore Witmark [of U. S.] [14202 
© Aug. 27, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429989; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

Angel mother ; words by T. L. Butler, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [14203 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430030: 

Thos. L. Butler, Beacon, N. Y. 

Antoniotti (Giorgio) Sonate ; de G. 
Antoniotti, arr, par. J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs anci- 
ens, nos. 345, 3S1) 1. Violon et 
piano, sol mineur. 2. Yioloncelle et 
piano, sol mineur. [14204, 14205 

© July 30, 191 S ; 1 c. each Aug. 17. 
1918; E 421798, 421S3S: Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment! 

Axv complaints? no; words and mu- 
sic by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee 
[of England! [14200 

© July 5, 1918; 1 c Aug. 6, 191S; 
E -121549; Francis, Day & Hunter. 
London. 



889 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



14207 



pt. m,n. s., v. 13 



Any time New York goes dry; from 
The bubble girl, words by Henry 
Blossom, music by Uda Waldrop [of 
U. S.] [14207 

© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432282; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Anything I can no for you ; from 
Tails up, words by Davy Bumaby 
and Ronald Jenns, music by Ivor 
No veils [of England] [14208 

© July 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
191S; E 421704; Ascherberg. Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Apache (The) rag; from Tails up, 
words by Hugh E. Wright, music by 
Philip Braham [of England] [14209 
© June 25. 1918; 1 c. July 29, 
1918; E 421498; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Apple-blossoms. See Flowers. 

April-diamond; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; vocal or instrumental. 
(Birthday jewels, no. 15409) [14210 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432100; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Arabian night; romance, by Albert 
Mildenberg [andl Krakowiak ; Po- 
lish dance, by Roman Stntkdwski: 
arr. by Tom Clark [of U. S.] ; band, 
with piano conductor. (Compen- 
dium, no 20) [14211 
© Aug. 6, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918; 
E 429273; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Are you from the U. S. A. ; words and 

music by F. E. Mast in [of U. S.l. arr. 

by Harry A. Pabst [of U.S.] [14212 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 4302S9; 

Frank Edward Mastin, Clanton, Ala. 

Are you never coming home; words 
by Leonard Cooke, music by Francis 
Adair [of Great Britain] [14213 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421718; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Ariosti (Attilio) Sonate; de A. Ari- 
osti, arr. par. J. Salmon [of France] 
(Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, nos. 34G, 
347, 383, 382) 1. Violon et piano, 
mi mineur. 2. Violon ct piano, sol 
ruajeur. 3. Violoncelle et piano, sol 



Ariosti (Attilio) — Continued, 
majeur. 4. Violoncelle et piano, ml 
mineur. [14214-14217 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421782, 421S00, 421S09, 
421825; Society anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. [Copyright Is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Arise, come forth, crusaders ; words 
and music by Bab [pseud, of Fred- 
erick Adams Babcock of U. S.l, arr. 
by Leon Cole [of U. S.] Nashville, 
Tenn., Rock City music co. [14218 
© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
191S; E 429847; W. H. Cox, jr., 
Nashville. 

Arise ye sons of freedom ; words by 
J. W. Breeden, music by Lewis F. 
Richards [of U. S.], arr. by J. W. 
Hughes [of U. S.] Millville, N. J., 
J. W. Breeden & co. [14219 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 4303G7 ; J. Walter Breeden, 
Millville, N. J. 

Arlette; selection, by Guy Le Feuvre 
and Ivor Novello, selected and arr. 
by Shipley Douglas [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; brass band. (Chappell's brass 
and reed band journal, no. 105) 

[14220 
© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; 
E 421749; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Around the Maypot.e; by Win. H. 
Potstock, arr. by J. S. Seredy [of 
U. S. : full oreh., with pts. for full 
mand. orch. arr. by L. Tocaben [of 
U. S.] [14221 

© June 22. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429G72; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

As evening shadows start to fall; 

words by J. Storey, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14222 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429624; 

Joseph Storey, Gloversville, N. Y. 

AS THE SUN SINKS IN THE WEST", 

words by A. B. McLaughlin, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [14223 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918: E 4303S8; Annie B. McLaugh- 
lin, Limestone, Me. 

Ashland ; tune. Sre I met the good 
Shepherd. 



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no. 9,1918 



14240 



Ashton (Algernon) Four pieces ; by 
A. Ashton [of Great Britain] op. 154, 
pf. Contents : Caprice. — Nocturne. — 
Elegy.— Scherzetto. [14224 

© July 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421522 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Assembly makch. See Griff es (Charles 
T.) Six bugle-call pieces. 

At dawning; by Charles Wakefield 

Cadraan [of U. S.], arr. by Clarence 

Eddy, organ. [14225 

© July 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 

E 429827 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

At last the Jews will have a flag ; 

words and music by A. M. Kerr [of 

U. S.] [14226 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918; E 430308; 

Avelyn M. Kerr, Milwaukee. 

Atlantic City is the place for me; 

words and music by Clara B. Lanctot 

Irving [of U. S.] [14227 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430321; 

Herbert Irving, Norristown, Pa. 

Atta boy, Sammy go get that William 
goat ; words and music by A. S. 
Rhodes [of U. S.] [14228 

© Aug. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; 
E 430298; Albert Sidney Rhodes, 
Montgomery, Ala. 

Atjbade Napolitaine; by W. Aletter, 
arr. by Edmund Severn [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. [14229 

© Aug. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 432185 ; B. F. Wood music co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

August — sardonyx ; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; vocal or instrumental. 
(Birthday jewels, no. 15413) [14230 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 432103; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Ave Maria; chorus, [words from 
Catholic ritual], music by Melchiorre 
Mauro-Cottone [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices in unison, organ ace. 4to. 
(Choral music series 25, no. 974) 

[14231 
© Aug. 22. 1918; 2c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429931; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Ave verum. See Selects opera ; col- 
lection choisie, no. 7. 



Awake my heart to gladness; words 
by Mary Gardenia, music by John 
H. Densmore [of IT. S.l ; medium 
high in C. [14232 

© July 18, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432213; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Baby Bud and me; words by C. F. 

Whaley. music by Ned Abbott [of 

U. S.] [14233 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432172; 

Charles F. Whaley, St. Paul. 

Baby eyes ; by H. W. Meyerinck [of 
U. S.], arr. by Chas. Albert [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [14234 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432168; 
Herbert Wm. Meyerinck, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Baby Jim ; quartet, words and music 
by John B. Archer [of U. S.], arr. 
by Frank K. Barry [of U. S.] 4to. 
1. Mixed voices. 2. Male. 

[14235, 14236 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. each. Aug. 
26, 1918; E 429856, 429857; Foster 
music publisher, inc., Chicago. 

Baby Sam ; words and music by F. de 
S. Wightman [of U. S.] [14237 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 430454; 
Florence de Say Wightman, Flor- 
ence, Ala. 

Baby wants her daddy dear; words 
by E. Baumberger, music by Wm. 
Morris and E. Baumberger [of 
U. S.] [14238 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429831; Morris & Baum- 
berger, Detroit. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Clavecin 
(Le) bien tempers ; preludes et 
fugues de J. S. Bach, edition revue 
et doigtee par H. Dallier [of 
France! ; piano, v. II. (Edition na- 
tionale franca ise, no. 1072.) [14239 
© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23. 
1918; E 421852; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revising and fingering.] 

Composizioni per organo ; di G. S. 

[i. e. J. S.] Bach, trascritte da 
Franz Liszt, edizione riveduta da 
Felice Boghen [of Italy] ; pf. [14240 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8. 1918 ; 
E 421604 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Passacaglia ; extraite des pieces 

d'orgue, de J. S. Bach, trans, par 
Roger-Ducasse [of France! ; piano 



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Bach (Johann Sebastian) — Contd. 
a 2 mains. (Edition classique, no. 
95S7.) [14241 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 42176S; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 

Prelude after J. S. Bach; 

Weinen, klagen (weeping, complain- 
ing), arr. by Franz Liszt, ed. and 
fingered by Thomas F. Dunhill [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [14242 

© July 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 
E 421740; Augener ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing 
and fingering.] 

Back the boys that's- backing lib- 
erty; words by E. L. Funk, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14243 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430260; 
Edward L. Funk, Baltimore. 

Back to America and you; words by 

E. B. Sparr, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14244 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 43025S; 
Evan B. Sparr, Lorain, O. 

Back to Beklin ; words by T. F. 
O'Brien, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14245 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; E 430204 ; T. 

F. O'Brien, Akron, O. 

Back to my home in the mountains ; 
words and music by Billy Merson 
[of England] [14246 

© July 5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 6, 191S ; 
E 421553; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Back to the dear old trenches ; from 
The girl behind the gun, words by P. 

G. Wodehouse, music by Ivan Caryll 
[of Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] [14247 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429969 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Back to the U. S. A. ; words and 

music by Robert G. Kneedler [of 

U. S.] Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. 

[14248 

© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3. 

1918; E 430554: Jenny Kneedler 

Johnson, Philadelphia. 

Bailey (Claude) Three original 

dances by C. Bailey [of Great 

Britain] ; piano. [14249 

© Aug. 7. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 

E 421073: Newman pub. Co., ltd., 

London. 



Ballo d'una marionetta. See Piccole 
scene d'infanzia. 

Bambola paelante. Sec Piccole scene 

d'infanzia. 

Band (A) of boys; words by George 
Orlia Webster, music by Grant Col- 
fax Tullar [of U. S.] ; voices in uni- 
son. [14250 
© Doc. 15. 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 430740; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. 

Bantock (Granville) Five songs from 
the Chinese poets; English text from 
A lute of jade and A feast of lan- 
terns by L. Cranmer-Byng, music by 
G. Bantock [of England] Contents: 
The old fisherman of the mists and 
waters. — The ghost-road. — Under the 
moon. — The ^celestial weaver. — Re- 
turn of spring. [ 14251 
© Aug. 14. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15. 
1918; E 421727; J. & \V. Chester. 
London. 

Barcarolle; by Ignaz Friedman [of 

Austria] op. 77, no. 1 ; piano. 

(Deux morceaux pour piano, no. 1) 

[14252 

© Sept. 22, 1917; 1 c. Oct. 31, 

1917; E 421S75; Wilhelm Hansen 

musikforlag, Copenhagen. 

Battery B quickstep: by B. It. 

Stevens [of U. S.l ; instrumental. 

[14253 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 43009S; 

Beulah Rose Steyens, Atlanta. 

Battle hymn of conservation; set to 

tune Men of Harlech, words and arr. 

of music by Annette Hardin Mays 

[of U. S.] Seattle, Craig music 

press. [142.)4 

© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 

1918; E 432349; A. II. Mays. Seattle 

Battle hymn of the Republic; tune. 
See We're going to get the Kaiser. 

Battle hymn of victory; words by B. 

F. Conway, melody by I'. A. Browne 

[Of U.S.] [11255 

© 1 c. Aug. 19. 1918; E 429744} 

B. F. Conway, Cadiz, O. 

Beautiful butterfly. See Field (Al- 
mon E.) Melodies. 

Beauty (The) spot; selection, music 
by Jas. VV. Tate [of Englnndl, se- 
lected and arr. by Arthur Wood; 
piano. [14256 

© July 5. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; 
E 421551; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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14270 



Bedtime. See In toyland. 

Beethoven (Ltjdwtg van) Duex so- 
mites faciles pour piano ; 19 e sonate, 
de Beethoven, op. 49, no. 1, edition 
revue et doigtee par L. Diemer [of 
France] ; en sol mineur. (Edition 
nationale frangaise, no. 104.) 

[14257 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 421S59; Henry Lemoine & 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

revising and fingering.] 

Sonata ; by L. van Beethoven, op. 

5. no. 1, ed. by Donald Francis 
Tovey and Percy Such [of Great 
Britain] ; piano and violencello, in 
F. [14258 

© July G, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 15, 191 S ; 
E 421741 ; Augener ltd., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

by L. van Beethoven, op. 47 ; 

violin pt. ed. by Leopold Auer [of 
Russia, domiciled in New York] ; 
piano pt. ed. by Rudolph Ganz [of 
Switzerland, domiciled in New 
York] ; in A maj. [14259 

© June 21. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
191S; E 429G71: Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on, 
edited version.] 

Trios; de Beethoven, op. 44, 97, 
121 et posthumes, rev. par Paul 
Dukas [of Franco] ; piano, violon, 
et violoncelle. 3 e v., nos. 7-11. 
(Edition classique, no. 9510.) 

[14260 

© July 30, 191S; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 4217S0: Durand et cie.. 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision.] 

Trois sonates pour piano ; 7 e 

sonate, de Beethoven, op. 10, no. 3, 
edition revue et doigtee, par L. 
Diemer [of France] ; en re majeur. 
(Edition nationale franchise, no. 
8G.) [142G1 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
191S; E 421S5G; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revising and fingering.] 

Before we part ; nocturne, words by 
Clinton Scollard, music by John 
Desmond Courtney [of U. S.] op. 
21, no. 2; sop. or ten. mezzo sop. or 
baritone. [142G2 

© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. each Aug, 
2S. 191S; E 432010; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 



Belgium the savior of the world; 
words by G. B. Storms, music by 
Fransonia Barbere [of U. S.] 

[14263 
© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432199; 
Graden B. Storms, Davison, Mich. 

Bella (La) Italia; polka, melodie di 
Giuseppe Tarantola [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Brooklyn.] [14264 
© 1 c. Sept 12, 1918; E 432407; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Belle (La) waltz; by Alfred T. 

Goodsell [of U. S.] ; pf. [14265 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 

1918; E 429946; W. B. Hasey, 

Boston. 

Benbecula bridal procession. See 
Piano lyrics from the Hebrides, bk. 
III. 

Berceuse. See Caplet (Andre) Qua- 
tre poemes. 

Best (The) land of them all 
A-m-e-r-i-c-a ; words and music by 
L. F. Schaetzlein. W. Earth, and M. 
W. Rosin [of U. S.] [14266 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429589; 
L. F. Schaetzlein, W. Earth & M. W. 
Rosin, Chicago. 

Best relation that we have is Uncle 
Sammy. See Somewhere in Anier- 



Bevo; from Yip-yip-yaphank, words 
and music by Irving Berlin [of U. 
S.] [14267 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918 ; E 429698 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Bianca; opera in one act, words by 
Grant Stewart, music by Henry Had- 
Ipv [of U. S.] New York, Harold 
Fiammer, inc. [1426S 

© Aug. 28.- 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S ; E 429961 ; William Wade Hin- 
shaw, New York. 

Biddy Magee: words and melody by 
M. E. Ryan [of U. S.] [14269 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 191S; E 430157; 
Marah Ellis Ryan, New York. 

Big (The) show; from Head over 
heels, words by Edgar Allan Woolf, 
music by Jerome Kern [of U. S.] 

[14270 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S; E 4299S0; T. B. Harms CO., 
New York. 



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Biggest (The) thing in a soldier's 
life is the letter that comes from 
home; words by Robert F. Roden, 
melody by Edw. G. Nelson [of U. 
S.], arr. by Eugene Platzmann [of 
U. S.] [14271 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430552; 
F. B. Haviland pub. CO., New York. 

Bill reflects ; words by B. C. Mit- 
chell, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [14272 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430109; 
B. C. Mitchell, Eudora, Kan. 

Birckenstock (Johann Adam) 
Sonate; de J. A. Birckenstock, arr. 
par J. Salmon [of France] (Oeuvres 
d'auteurs anciens, nos. 348, 384) 1. 
Violon et piano, mi mineur. 2. Vio- 
loncelle et piano, mi mineur. 

[14273, 14274 
© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
191S; E 421783, 421808; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Bird (The) man's delight; words by 

W. R. Unglish, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14275 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430230; 

W. R. Unglish, Watsonville, Cal. 

Birds (The) morning song; by F. L. 
Watson [of U. S.] ; piano. [14276 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429945; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. 

Black (The) sheep of the family; 
words and music by Fred Barnes 
[of England] [14277 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421552 ; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Blightyland ; way back home in 
Blighty ; words and music by Harold 
P. A. Barnes [of Great Britain] 

[14278 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421697; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Blowing soap bubbles for love; 
words and melody by Bob Chamber- 
lin [of U. S.], ace. by Christine 
Schirmann, arr. by Hans Pospischil 
[of Germany, domiciled at Chicago] 
[14279 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 432140; 
Nellie Cliamberlin Held, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 



Blue (The) devils of France; from 
Ziegfeld follies 1918, words and mu- 
sic by Irving Berlin [of U. S.] 

[14280 
© Sept. 4, 1918 : 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 432341; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Blue palace; waltz, from Chu chin 
chow ; by Grace Torrens [of Eng- 
land] ; piano. [14281 
© Aug. 12, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 42164S; Keith, Prowse & 
co., ltd., London. 

Bluette; by Sanford, played by An- 
drei Kmita Tof U. S.] ( Itythmodik 
record music rolls, F 19352) [142S2 
© Feb. 20, 1918; 2 c. July 10, 
191S; E 42712S; Rytlnnodik music 
corp., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Boat song ; negro spiritual from Mis- 
sissippi, arr. by Harvey B. Gaul [of 
U. S.] (Nine negro spirituals, no 5) 
[142S3 
© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1918; E 432249; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 
Bolero ; par Vincenzo Billi, op. 323, 
arr. par Emile Tavan [of France] ; 
orch avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[14284 
© Aug. 3, 191S; 1 c. Aug. S. 1918; 
E 421597; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Bonds of liberty ; words by Mrs. C. 
K. Banfield, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [142S5 

© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430409; Mrs. C. K. Banfield, 
Cristobal, Canal Zone. 

Bononcini (G. B.) Sonate; de G. B. 
Bononcini, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens, nos. 350, 386) 1. Violon et 
piano, la mineur. 2. Violoncelle et 
piano, la mineur. [142S6, 14287 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17. 
1918; E 4217S5, 421S07; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Boomerang Bill; words and music by 

H. A. Schaefer [of U. S.] [14288 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430300; 

Henry A. Schaefer, Rochester, N. Y. 

Boston blues ; words by Sue Mae Rol- 
lins, music by M. L." Roll ins [of U. 
S.] [14289 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429509; 
Mary Lynn Rollins, Little Rock, Ark. 



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Bouquet (A) fob Bill ; words by M. L. 
Wachtel, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [142y0 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429565; 
M. L. Wachtel, Minneapolis. 

Boy (The) scout; march, by R. M. 
Storer [of U. S.], piano. [14291 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430623; 
Robert M. Storer, St. Louis. 

Bots (The) are on the round-up 
over there ; words by G. Haberneck, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [14292 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430603; 
George Haberneck, Mumport, N. Y. 

Boys (The) in khaki; words by D. 
Hermanson, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of U. S.] [14293 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430198; 
D. Hermanson, Albert Lea, Minn. 

Boys in the khaki clad; words by 
L. G. Rich, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14294 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 4300S5; 
Lillian G. Rich, Parsons, Kan. 

Boys (The) of liberty; words by H. 

L. James, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [14295 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429742; 

Harry L. James, Munhall, Pa. 

Boys (The) of stars and glory; 
words by E. A. Jaras, music by 
Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] [14296 
© Aug. 27, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918 ; E 430505 ; Estanislas A. Jaras, 
McKees Rock, Pa. 

Boys of the U. S. N. ; waltz song, 
words and music by Laura G. Prin- 
gle and E. P. Belcher [of U. S.] 
Waterbury, Conn., star printers. 

[14297 
© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 4297S7; Edgar P. Belcher, 
Waterbury, Conn. 

Boys (The) of Uncle Sam; words 
and music by E. M. Benedict [of 
U. S.] [1429S 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
191S; E 432372; Emma Benedict, 
San Antonio. 

Boys (The) that march away; 
words by F. C. Fulton, music by 
Etta Emlay Pierce [of U. S.] 

[14299 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430091; 

Frances C. Fulton, Santa Rosa, Cal. 



Bozzetti dal vero (Sketches from na- 
ture) ; di Mario Tarenghi [of Italy] 
op. 71; pf., a quattro mani, (Edizi- 
one Ricordi, no. 89) obi. 8vo. Con- 
tents: Vogando. — Cantilena campes- 
tre. — Scena di caccia. — Cogliendo 
fiori. — Notte lunare. — Valzer intimo. 
[14300 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421611 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Brave (The) American; words and 
music by E. R. Pluckel [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [14301 
© Aug. 20, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
191S ; E 429930 ; Edward R. Pluckel, 
Pittsburgh. 

Brave gallant defenders ; words by 
C. R. Osgood, music by Z. M. Parvin 
[of U. S.] [14302 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432358; Cynthia Rudler 
Osgood, Portland, Or. 

Brave sons of America; words and 
music by Mrs. G. W. Royalty [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[14303 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 42992S; Mrs. Geo. W. Roy- 
alty, Sioux City, la. 

words by H. Askew, music by 

H. B. Brehm [of U. S.], arr. by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [14304 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E 429976; 
Henry Askew, Lancaster, Pa. 

Bread of the world in mercy 
broken ; anthem, words by Bishop 
Heber, music by T. Frederick H. 
Candlyn [of U. S.] ; ten. solo, mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Church 
music review, no. 503) [14305 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430285; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Bring back a Belgian baby to me; 
words and music by Ben Black Tof 
U. S.] [14306 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1918; E 430000; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

Bring back those bygone days to me ; 
words and music by Edmund J. 
Porray [of U. S.] [14307 

© Aug. 6, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 191S ; 
E 429944; Chas. K. Harris, New 
York. 



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Bring him rack, roy of mine; words 
and music by Ella B. Davis fof 
U. S.] [1430S 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1G, 
191S; E 429535; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Bring your own rread and rutter; 
come to the wedding, words and mu- 
sic by Fred W. Leigh, and Harry 
Castling [of England] [14309 

© July 5, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. G, 191S ; 
E421550; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Bringing in the sheaves; hymn, 
words by Knowles Shaw, music by 
George A. Minor, arr. by Geo. C. 
Stebbins [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[14310 
© Dec.' 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 4304GG; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Britannia's prayer ; words by W. R. 
Titterton, music by Brenda Gayiie 
[of England] ; piano with text. 

[14311 
© July 5, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. G. 1918 ; 
E 421554; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Broken hearted ; words by M. 
Berndt, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.l Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [14312 

© July 31, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 431)380; M. Berndt, Lake 
Geneva, Wis. 

Brother of mine ; words by G. Hugon- 
net, music by Gitz Bice [of Can- 
ada] [1431)5 
© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918; E 421S44; G. Iticordi & co., 
New York. 

Brownies (The) ; the goody-good 
goods, words by Robert Green, music 
bv A. Kingston-Stewart [uf Great 
Britain] [14314 

© Aug. 7, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 191S ; 
E 421G72 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Bugle (The) call; words by M. E. 
Murray, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14315 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430253; 
Mabel E. Murray, Middletown. N. Y. 

Bunch (A) of kultured Huns; 

words nnd music by H. A. Schaefer 

[of U. S.l [1431G 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430301; 

Henry A. Schaefer, Rochester, N. Y. 



Buon tempo; mazurka, melodie, di 
Giuseppe Tarantola [of Italy, domi- 
ciled at Brooklyn, N. Y.] [14317 
© 1 c. Sept. 10, 191S; E 43232G; 
Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

But a tittle while ; words by Jno. R. 
Clements, music by Chas. II. Gabriel 
[of U. S.] 114313 

© Sept. 4, 191S; 2 c. Sept. 7. 1918; 
E 432275; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Butler (Walter) Four Irish lyrics; 
music by W. Butler I of Great Brit- 
ain]. Contents: The Lake isle of 
Innisfree; words by W. B. Yeats. — 
The cloak, the boat and the shoes; 
words by W. B. Yeats. — Four ducks 
on a pond; words by W. Ailing- 
ham.— The Fiddler of Dooney; 
words by AY. B. Yeats. [14319 

© July 22, 191S; 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1918; E 421871; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Butterfly. gee Grieg (Edward 

Hagerup). 
Butterfly dance: by Walter E. Miles 

[of U. S.]; piano. [1-1320 

© Aug. 22. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918; E 430444; Sam Fox pub. co., 

Cleveland. 

Buy a lirerty bond ; words by F. 
Srock, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14321 
© l'c. Aug. 1G, 191S; E 429017; 
Frank Srock, Ramey, Pa. 

Buy a liberty rono to-day : words 
and music by Carrie Krieger Hol- 
brock [of U. S.] [14322 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
191S; E 429842; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 
By the quaint old garden cate; 
words and music by Weston G. 
Sabins [of U. S.] [14324 

© March 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17. 
191S; E 430142; C. Arthur Sloat, 
Marion. Mass. 
Bye-and rye time; words and music 
by M. A. McMichael [of U. S.] 

[14324 

© 1 c. Sept. G, 191S; E 430(593; 

Mary A. McMichael, San Juan 

Bautista, Cal. 

Bye rye my hi.te-eve; words by W. 

Speck, music by Charles L. Moisels 

[of U.S.] [14325 

© Jan. 1, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 14, 

1918; 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 430521; 

Win. Speck, Blooinfield, Conn. 



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By-o baby Bunting; a lullaby for 
putting the Huns to sleep, words 
and music by Helen Howarth Lem- 
mel [of U. S.] [14326 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 429651; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. 

Call (A) from Lafayette; words by 

L. Y. Lenhart, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [14327 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918 ; E 430364 ; 

L. Y. Lenhart, Lake City, Minn. 

Call (The) of the Stars and Stripes ; 
words by G. Whitehurst, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14328 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429572; 

Grace Whitehurst, Birmingham, Ala. 

Call (The) to asms; words and 
music by C. B. Groves [of U. S.l 

[14329 
© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429986; Clara B. Groves, 
Hudson, Mass. 

. words by J. H. Steiger, music by 

Hans Roemer [of Germany] op. 19, 
baryton or mezzo-sop. [14330 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 4323S3 ; 
John H. Steiger, Allentown, Pa. 

Call to spring; words and music by 
Teresa Del Riego [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; no. 1 in C. [14331 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1918; E 421655; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Calling tjs away ; words by Isaac 
Watts, music arr. from Walter Kit- 
teredge by Geo. C. Stebbins [of U. 
S.] male voices. [14332 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430467; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Camino (El) real; by Roland Diggle 
[of U. S.] ; organ. (California suite, 
no. 2) [14333 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E429755; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Canaan (The) side; words by F. E. 
Roush, music by Haldor Lillenas [of 
Norway, domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 
[14334 
© Aug. 19. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 4301S3; Frank E. Roush, 
Lynchburg, O. 



Canadian Jack's flag ; words and mu- 
sic re-arranged by M. J. Miner [of 
Canada] [14335 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 421S87; Milo J. Miner, To- 
ronto, Canada. [Copyright is claimed 
on new matter] 

Cancion de amor ; concert piece, by 
Gregor Skolnik [of U. S.] 1. Violon- 
cello and piano. — 2. Violin and piano. 
[14336, 14337 
© Aug. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918 ; 
E 429536, 429537; G. Schirmer inc. 
New York. 

Canning the Kaiser in colors ; words 
bv C. R. Hoi 1 en, music by E. S. S. ' 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14338 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430052; 
C. R. Hollen, Lakemont, Pa. 

Cantilena campestre. See Bozzetti 
dal vero. 

Canzonetta ; by W. Berwald [of 

U. S]. violin and piano. - [14339 

© July 30, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432036; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Caplet (Andre) Quatre poemes; de 
Remy de Gourmont. musique de A. 
Caplet [of France] Contents: 
Songe. — Berceuse. — In una selva 
oscura.— Foret. [14340 

© July 30. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
191S; E 421762; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Caporale (Andrea ) Sonate ; de A. Ca- 
porale, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens, nos. 3S7, 351) 1. Violoncello 
et piano, re minaur. 2. Violon et 
piano, re mineur. [14341, 14342 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421824, 421S37 ; Society 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Caprice. SeeAshton (Algernon) Four 
pieces. 

Caravan (The) ; words by William 
Duthie, music bv Ciro Pinsuti, ed. 
by Walter H. Aiken [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Willis collec- 
tion no. 185) [14343 
© Aug. 19, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 24. 
191S; E 430350; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 



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pt. in, n. p., v. 13 



Caress (The) ; by Walter Rolfe [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [14344 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1918; E 429729; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati, 

Carnations ; novelette, by Fred G. 
Albers [of U. S.] ; piano. [14345 
© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430443 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Carry on ; march, by Monroe A. Alt- 
house [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [14346 
© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430737 ; Penn music pub. CO., Read- 
ing, Pa. 

■ military march, by Matilee Loeb- 

Evans [of U. S.] ; piano. [14347 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 432064; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

words by Sherman E. Grau, music 

by Beverly Bunt [of IT. S.] [14348 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 

1918; E 429902: Harry E. Gross, 

Santa Monica, Cal. 
Celestial weaver. See Bantock 

(Granville) Five songs from the 

Chinese poets. 

Centennial march; 1818-1918; by A. 
Liberati [of U. S.] ; piano. [14349 
© Aug 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1918 ; 
E 429896; A. Liberati, Chicago. 

Cervetto (Giacomo) Sonate; de G. 
Cervetto, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (CEuvres d'auteurs anciens, 
no. 388352) 1. Violoncello et 
piano, sol majeur. 2. Violou et 
piano, sol majeur. [14350,14351 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421751, 4217S4 : Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Cette ombre mon image. See Ombres. 

Chaminade (Cecile Louise Ste- 
phanie) Scarf dance; air de ballet, 
by Chaminade, op. 37, rev. and ed. 
with instructive annotations by Otto 
Pfefferkorn [of U. S.], form and har. 
by Alexander Henneman [of U. S.], 
biographical sketch and glossary by 
Emerson Whithorne [of U. S.] ; pi- 
ano. (Progressive series composi- 
tions, no. 635, grade 3-b) [14352 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 429717 ; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on revisions and annota- 
tions] 



Chanson de Guillot Martin ; seul, de 
A. Perilhou, arr. par Heugel [of 
France] ; violon. (Les collections 
du menestrel : selecta violon seul, 5* 
recueil, no. 116) [14353 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17. 
1918 : E 4217G6 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chanson de Karis; extrait de La 
Heine Wanda legende polonaise en 
3 actes, poesie de H. Andre Logrand, 
musique de Camille Erlanger [of 
France] Paris. Office musical. 

[14354 
© May 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
E 421951 ; J. Billaud & H. Matheis- 
sen, Paris. 

Chanson suppliante; de A. Lebert, 
arr. par Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[14355 
© July 30. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918 ; E 421778 ; S. Chapelier, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Chantyman's (The) march ; founded 
on working Songs of the sea, by 
J. P. Sousa [of U. S.]. Military 
band. 4to. 2. Piano solo with text. 
[14356, 14357 
© July 13, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
19, 1918; E 4296S1. 429682; John 
Philip Sousa, Port Washington, L. I., 
N. Y. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Chasing butterflies; from In and 
out. words by Collin Davis, musie 
by Jos. E. Howard [of U. S.] 

[14358 
© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429813; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Cheer up it other ; words by M. D. 
Ferguson, music by A. L. Gardey 
[of U. S.] Cleveland, Associate 
music pub.'s. . [143-19 

© Sept. 4, 191S ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430727; Maggie Drake Ferguson, 
Cleveland. 

Cheer up Nora, i'll soon come back 

to you ; words and music by J. A. 

Ross [of U. S.] [14360 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 430319; 

John Anthony Ross, New York. 

Chiamata generale. See Nuovo draft 
da 18 a 45. 



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no. 9, 1918 



14376 



Chief of our land; words and music 
by J. H. Driscoll [of U. S.] 8vo. 

[14361 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 429431; John Henry Driscoll, 
Brockton, Mass. 

'Child's (A) prayer: by M. Halperin 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [14362 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

1918; B 429653; Max Halperin, 

Brooklyn. 

Choice confections. See Musical set- 
ting for choice confections. 

Chopin (Frederic Franqois) Deux 
nocturnes ; de Chopin, edition revue 
et doigtee par L. Diemer [of 
France] ; piano. (Edition nationale 
franchise, no. 462, 512) 1. Op. 37, 
no. 1 en sol niin., no. 2 en sol rnaj. 
2. Op. 55, no. 1 en fa min., no. 2 en 
mi bemol rnaj. [14363, 14364 

© May 23, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 23, 
1918; E 421854, 421857; Henry Le- 
moine & cie., Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on revising and fingering] 

Fantaisie — impromptu ; oeuvre 

posthume de Chopin, op. 66, edition 
revue et doigtee par L. Diemer [of 
France ] ; piano. (Edition nationale 
franchise, no. 599) [14365 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 421S5S; Henry Lemoine & 
co., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revising and fingering] 

Preludes et rondos; de Chopin, 

nouvelle Edition revue et doigtee par 
L. Diemer [of France] ; piano. (Edi- 
tion nationale frangaise, no. 987) 

[14366 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 421853; Henry Lemoine & 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

revising and fingering] 

l re ballade; de Chopin, op. 23, 

edition, revue et doigtee par L. 
Diemer [of France] ; piano. (Edi- 
tion nationale frangaise, no. 123) 

[14367 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 421855; Henry Lemoine & 

. cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

revising and fingering] 

Christ in Flanders; soldier song, 
words by Lucy Whitmell music by 
H. Guise [of England] London, No- 
vello & co., ltd. [14368 

© Aug. 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1918; E 421726; Henry Guise, Lon- 
don. 



Christmas carol ; words by W. Bough- 
ton, music by C. A. W. Strom [of 
U. S.] [14369 

© Sept. 12, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918; E 432387; Willis Boughton & 
Carl A. W. Strom, Brooklyn. 

Chrysanthemums. See Flowers. 

Circus (The) is coming to town; 

from Everything, words and music 

by Irving Berlin [of U. S.] [14370 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 

1918 ; E 430356 ; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. 
Clarinet marmalade; one step by 

Larry Shields and H. W. Ragas 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [14371 

© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 5, 

1918 ; E 432262 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 

York. 
Clavecin bien tempere. See Bach 

(Johann Sebastian) 
Cloak, the boat and the shoes. See 

Butler (Walter) Four Irish lyrics. 
Coal man blues; syncopated novelty, 

words and music by Billie Nye 

Sandefur [W. H. Sandefur] and 

Elmer Schoebel [of U. S.], arr. by 

E. Schoebel. [14372 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 430180; 

Wm. Howard Sandefur, Evansville, 

Ind. 
Coerne (Louis Adolphe) Pastoral 

(A) ; three-part song, words by 

William Wordsworth, music by L. 

A. Coerne [of U. S.] op. 100, no. 1. 

women's voices. 4to. [14373 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 

1918; E 432211; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 
Cogliendo fiori. See Bozzetti dal 

vero. 
Colombine; valse langoureuse by 

Gregor Skolnik [of U. S.] ; violin 

and piano. [14374 

© Aug. 13, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1918; E 430102; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. 
Colonial days ; intro : Virginia reel, 

by R. S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; pf. 

(Folk dances, no. 15331) [14375 
© July 30, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432074; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on arrangement] 
Columbine; waltz, by Arthur Wm. 

James [of U. S.l ; plectrum banjo. 

G notation. [14376 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20. 

1918; E 430170; Stephen Shepard. 

Paterson. N. J. 



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Come along to toy town ; from 
Everything, words and music by 
Irving Berlin [of U. S.] [14377 

© Aug. 27, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 430355; Watersor.. Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Come ball out the Kaiser with 
Sammy and me; words by J. B. 
Anderson, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [14378 

© 1 c, Aug. 19, 1918; E 429747; 
James Blythe Anderson. Lexington, 
Ky. 

Come l'allodoletta ; aria, versi anon, 

musica di Stefano Donaudy [of 

Italy] [14379 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421628; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Come on along; words and music by 
C. Cramer [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [14380 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 42990G ; Clias. Cramer, Buf- 
falo. 

Come on honey get yo' glad rags on ; 
words and music by M. and E. Hen- 
dricks [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [143S1 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429922; Ethel and Mabel 
Hendricks, Eli, Neb. 

Come on let's go ; words and music by 
M. W. Clark [of U. S.], arr. by Eu- 
gene E. Noel [of U. S.] [14382 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 429810; 
Milton W. Clark, Chicora, Pa. 

Come over and help us ; words by 
Laura O. Plank, music by Miriam 
Hannaford [of Australia, domiciled 
at Benton Harbor, Mich.], arr. bv 
B. Purnell [of U. S.] [143S3 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432224; 
Benjamin Purnell, Benton Harbor, 
Mich. 

Come spirit come; words by Harriet 
Jones, music by D. B. Towner [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. [143S4 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S ; E 430482 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der. Philadelphia. 

Come to my heart again ; words by 
Robert Green, music by A. Kingston- 
Stewart [of Great Britain] ; no. 2 in 
E Hat. [14385 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
I'] 421G79; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 



Come with me; words and music by J. 

Londis [of U. S.] [143S0 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 4302G5; 

Joseph Loudis, Utica, N. Y. 

Come ye blessed of my Father. sM 
Volunteer choir, v. 5, no. 11. 

Coming hack to our own U. S. A.; 
words and music by R. II. Boco9 
[of U. S.], arr. by Harry L. Alford 
[of U. S.] I 14381 

© 1 c. Aug. 15. 1918; E 43008SJ 
Rosalie Hollyday Bocock, Chicago. 

Composition r. »s'rc Bach (Johann Se- 
bastian) 

Comrade o' mine; words by C. M. 
Hay ward, music by P. B. Stanfc* 
[of U. S.] 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 191S; E 4324031 
P. B. Stanton, South Dartmouth,, 
Mass. 

Comrades; words by M. Hirsch, music 
by-E. S. S. Huntington [of V. S.] 

! 1 133l 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 191S ; E 430G 14 ; M. 
Hirsch, Cedar Grove, Md. 

Concerto; by David Popper, op. 24, 
ed. by Joseph Malkin [of Russia 

domiciled at Boston] ; vi 
and pitfno; in E min. (Music li- 
brary, no. S40) [14390 
© June 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429G73; Carl Fischer. New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
edited version] 

Concerto in E minor. See Men-j 
delssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig 
Felix) 

Contradanza ; by Guiseppe Tarantola 

[of Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn]! 

instrumental. 1 14391 

© 1 e. Sept. 3, 191S; E 432154; 

Rosina Lazzara, Brooklyn. 

Corelli (Arcangelo) Sonate; de A. 
Corelli, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens. nos. 353, 3S9) 1. Violon et pi- 
ano, re mineur. 2. Violoncello et pi- 
ano, re mineur. [14392. 1439a 
© July 30, 1918; 1 c each Aug 
17, 1918; E 42178G, 421818; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Cotton Hollow harmony; words by 
Chas. A. Mason, music by Iticbard 
A. Whiting [of U. S.] [14394 

© Aug. 15. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 430113; Jerome II. Roniiok 
& co.. New York. 



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no. 9. 1918 



Could I find a place in your heart ; 

words and music by C. J. Lynch [of 

U. S.] [14395 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1918; E 432317; 

Chester Joseph Lynch, Detroit. 

Cradle song; by Richard P. Ham- 
mond [of U. S.] ; piano. [14396 

© Sept. 3, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430462 ; International music 
pub. co., New York. 

(Kehtolaulu) ; by J. G. Hulme 

[of U. S.] op. 2 ; violin and piano. 

[14397 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429819; John Gabriel 
Hulme, Chisholm, Minn. 

Cramer (J. B.) 12 studies; ;>y J. B. 
Cramer, selected, rev. and ed. by 
Arthur Foote [of U. S.] ; pf. 
(Schmidt's educational series, no. 
176, 64 a-b) [14398 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918 ; E 430274 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing and revising] 

Ceeacion divina (Divine creation) ; 
vals, por A. Tefel [of Porto Rico] ; 
piano. San Juan, Porto Rico, Jose 
Laza & co. [14399 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; 
E 430539; Aron Tefel, % J. Laza 
& co., San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Cross (The) beside the flag; a pa- 
triotic service, words by Jessie 
Brown Pounds, music by J. H. Fill- 
more [of U. S.] 8vo. [14400 
© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429739; Fillmore bros. co., 
Cincinnati. 

Daddy ; words by C. M. J. Lee, melody 
by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [14401 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430110; 
Chas. M. J. Lee, Brooklyn. 

Daddy's waltz; by Walter Rolfe [of 
U. S.] ; piano. (Riddles and rhymes, 
no. 15447) [14402 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432093; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Daffodils ; words by Shakespeare, 
music by Katharine Barry [of Great 
Britain] ; in E flat. [14403 

© July 31, 191 S; 1 c. Aug. 26; 
1918; E 421SS2; Metzler & co. 
(1909) ltd., London. 



Dainty Dolly; words by Mollie 
Tesehner, music by A. Newberger 
[of U. S.] [14404 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429901; Adolph Newberger, 
New York. 

Dall' Abaco (Evaristo Felice) So- 
nate; de E. F. Dall' Abaco, arr. par 
J. Salmon [of France] (Oeuvres 
d'auteurs anciens, nos. 354, 390) 1. 
Violon et piano, fa majeur. 2. Vio- 
loncelle et piano, fa majeur. 

[14405, 14406 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 

17, 1918; E 421787, 421817; Societe 

' anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Dance capriccioso. See Love suite. 

Dance memories. See Goossens (Eu- 
gene) Four conceits. 

Dance of the debutantes ; by Charles 

Huerter [of U. S.] ; piano. [14407 

© July 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 

E 432209 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Dance visions ; second suite of dances, 
by H. Baynton-Power [of England] ; 
pf. Contents : Greeting. — Repose. — 
Waving cypress. [14408 

© July 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1918; E 421732; Beal, Stuttard & 
co., London. 

Dancing to the sugar tune; slip the 
boys another dime, words and music 
■ by L. Wolfe Gilbert [of U. S.] 

[14409 
© Aug. 16, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429541; Gilbert & Fried- 
land, inc., New York. 

Darling (The) of Elmira; by J. 
Poleo [of Italy, domiciled at Elmira. 
N. Y.] ; piano. [14410 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 432310; 
James B. Phillips & Joseph Poleo, 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Darling oh ! deceive me ; words anon, 
music by Chas. E. Dancy [of U. S.] 
[14411 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30. 191S ; 
E 432049; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Date abbiento al mio dolore; aria, 

versi anon, musica di Stefano Do- 

naudy [of Italy] [14412 

© Aug. 3, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 8. 1918 ; 

E 421625 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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Daughter of Uncle Sam; words and 
music by M. Sargent [of U. S.] 

[14413 
© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432161; 
Marian Sargent, Lincoln, Neb. 

Day (The) I first met you; words 
by Ronald Jeans, music by Guy Le 
Feuvre [of England] [14414 

© Aug. 14, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421723; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Day (The) that the war is over; 
words by R. L. Ekstrand, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[14415 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S ; E 430418 ; Robert L. Ekstrand, 
Ft. Riley, Kan 

Day (A) with you; by A. C. John- 
stone [of U. S.] ; piano. [14416 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429770; 
Alexander Church Johnstone, New 
York. 

Dear old dad; words and music by 
Bill Stinger [pseud, of R. H. Mouser 
of U. S.] [14417 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1918 ; E 429424 ; Roy Homer Mouser, 
Los Angeles. 

Dear old dad's farewell to me ; words 

and music by A. B. Carter [of U. S.] 

[14418 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 

1918; E 430293; Ada B. Carter, 

Fisher's Landing, N. Y. 

Dear Old Glory ; words and music by 
Bernard Hamblen [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; in C. [14419 
© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1918 ; 
E 429774 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Dear old pal ; words by Hazel Rnolda, 
music by E. Paull [of U. S.] [14420 
© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; E 430540 ; Ed- 
die Paull, Concord Junction, Mass. 

Dear old Uncle Sammy, I am writing 
you a line ; words by W. H. Eckert, 
music by Estelle Weber and W. H. 
Eckert [of U. S.] [14421 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 432316; 
Walter H. Eckert, St. Louis. 

Dear (The) old world and his girl; 

words and melody by L. V. Bense 

[of U. S.] [14422 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430530; 

L. V. Bense: Los Angeles. 



Dear one; words and music by T. A. 

Johnstone [of U. S.] * [14123 

© Aug. 15, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

1918; E 430133; T. A. Johnstone, 

Cleveland. 

Dearest land of all; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Nellie Simp- 
son [of England] ; in E Hat. [H124 
© July 19, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918; 
E 421514; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Dearie; from Sometime, words by 
Rida Johnson Young, music by Ru- 
dolf Friml [of U. S.] 114423 
© Sept. 5, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918; 
E 432297; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Deep in the dreaming wood (Dnns la 
foret reveuse) ; poem after Heine, 
English version by Elisabeth Still- 
man Chamberlain, musique by Jac- 
ques Pintel [of Russia, domiciled at 
New York] [11426 

© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 191S; 
E 432296; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Delightful Della waltz; by W. H. 
Haskins [of U. S.] ; violin. [14427 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 191S; E 430135; 
W. M. Haskins, Deming, N. M. 

Dem coons from Alaram'; words by 
F. Templeton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14428 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429611; 
Frank Templeton, Toledo, O. 

Dem Deming blues ; words and music 
by W. Robison [of U. S.] Coffeyville, 
Kan., Sunflower music pub. co. 

[14429 
© Aug. S. 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 101S ; 
E 429716; Willard Robison. (\.tV.\v- 
ville, Kan. 

Democracy ; march, by Harry H. Zickel 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [14-130 

© Aug. 28. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

191S; E 432001; Jerome H. Remlck 

& co.. New York. 

words and music by H. A. W. 

White [of U. S.] [14431 

© 1 c. Aim-. 16. 191S; E 429591; 
Herbert A. W. White, Richmond. 

Democracy forever ; words and music 

by H. A. Schaefer [of U. S.] [14432 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430299; 

Henry A. Schaefer, Rochester, N. Y. 



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no. 9, 1918 



14449 



Desbez (Maueice) Quatre rondeaux 
d'amour ; poesie de Jehannot de Les- 
curel, et Jehan Froissart, musique de 
M. Desrez [of France]. Contents: 
Dieux quand la verrai. — Rondel sur 
un depart. — Rondel en response. — 
Reviens ami. [14433 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918 ; E 421774 ; E. Demets, Paris. 

Deux nocturnes. See Chopin (Fred- 
eric Frangois) 

Deux sonates faciles poue piano. See 
Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Devil (The) dogs ; march, by J. L. 

Fitzhenry [of U. S.], arr. by William 

Schulz [of U. S.] ; solo B flat cornet. 

[14434 

© 1 c. Sept. 10, 1918; E 432333; 

John Leo Fitzhenry, Jersey City. 

Dieux quand la veebai. See Desrez 
(Maurice) Quatre rondeaux d'- 
amour. 

Ding dong; from Yip-yip-yaphank, a 
military musical mess, words and 
music by I. Berlin [of U. S.] 

[14435 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1918 ; E 430353 ; Irving Berlin, New 
York. 

Dixieland; tune. See Liberty calls 
to you. 

Do not eeject Him again ; words and 
music by Ella South worth Clark [of 
U. S.] [14436 

© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429522; William B. Rose, 
Chicago. 

Doing hee bit ; words by W. J. Lamb, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [14437 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429622; 

W. J. Lamb, Waymart, Pa. 

Don't be a slacker; words by E. 
Bond, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Amer- 
ican music pub. co. [1443S 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430424; Edwin Bond, Al- 
mont, N. D. 

Don't be a slacked. Uncle Sam wants 
a backer ; words and music by J. J. 
Monaghan [of U. S.] [14439 

© Aug. 1, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429542; J. J. Monaghan, 
Norristown, Pa. 



Don't be the one to foeget ; words by 
H. P. Bailey, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] r 14440 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429616; 
Howard P. Bailey, Clinton, Wis. 
Don't cey my motheb deae; words 
and melody by H. Stemp [H. Stemp- 
kowski, of U. S.] [14441 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 432327; 
Henry Stempkowski, Buffalo. 
Don't foeget the Fathee loves you; 
words and music by Thoro Harris 
[of U. S.] [14442 

© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429524; William Brewster 
Rose, Chicago. 
Don't foeget the Red ceoss nueses; 
words by Harry Lee, music by Doro- 
thy Rosine [of U. S.] [14443 
© July 25, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429645; Harry Lee, Los 
Angeles. 
Don't foeget to send your kisses on 
the wieeless to me ; words by C. F. 
Burkett, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [14444 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918 ; E 430175 ; 
Clara F. Burkett, Grose Close, Va. 
Don't foeget to weite to motheb; 
words by M. C. Williams, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14445 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430241; 
M. C. Williams, Portsmouth, Va. 
Don't foeget us when we abe oveb 
these; words by C. H. Fowler, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[14446 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429569; 
Charles H. Fowler, Seattle. 

Don't go back on youb Uncle Sam; 
words and music by W. H. Hyde [of 
U. S.] New York, Frank Hard ins:. 

[14447 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 

1918; E 432191; William H. Hyde, 

New York. 

Don't let the son go down ; words by 

Addye Yeargain Hall, music by 

W. J. Hall [of England] [14448 

© Sept. 15, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 9, 

1918 ; E 432331 ; William John Hall, 

St. Louis. 

Don't sigh motheb, don't cey over 

me; words and music by H. S. 

Booth and Edward J. Henley [of 

U. S.] New York, Frank Harding. 

[14449 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 

1918; E 4321S9; Herman S. Booth, 

Richmond. 



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Don't tell; novelette, words by E. 
Magedanz, music by Dorr W. Silla- 
way [of U. S.] .Milwaukee, Sillaway 
pub. co. [14450 

© Nov. 12, 1917; 2 c. Dec. 6, 
1917; E 429880; Emma Magedanz, 
Milwaukee. 

Don't you remember the day ; words 

and music by Cliff Hess [of U. S.] 

[14451 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 

1918 ; E 429659 ; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. 

Dotzauer (J. J. F.) Tre sonate; di 
J. J. F. Dotzauer, revisione di Giu- 
seppe Magrini [of Italy] ; violon- 
cello con ace. di un secondo violon- 
cello. [14452 
© Aug. 3, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1918; E 421608; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

- — 150 studii (150 studies) ; di J. J. 
F. Dotzauer, scelti riveduti e pro- 
gressivamente disposti da Giuseppe 
Magrini [of Italy] ; violoncello. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 61) [14453 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E421616 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Down in Derky ; trio, words by Clinton 
Scollard, music by Ralph Cox [of 
U. S.] ; women's voices. (Octnvo 
series, no. 727) [14454 

© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430281; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Down the line; march, by R. M. 
Storer [of U. S.] ; piano. [14455 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430622; 
Robert M. Storer, St. Louis. 

Down the sunset trail; words and 
music by C. A. West [of U. S.] 

r 14456 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429614; 
Carl A. West, Somerville, Mass. 

Down where the rtver is flowing; 
words by Leila Brett, music by Irv- 
ing Cordtland Sanders [of Austria] 
[14457 
© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 421646; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Doxology ; words from the Protestnnt 

church ritual, music by E. Sehanf 

[of U. S.] op. 32, no." 6. r 14458 

© 1 c. Aug. 14. 1918; E 429433; 

Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 



Dream memories ; words by Karl 
Fuhrmann, music by Wilson G. Smith 
[of U. S.] ; high in E flat; med. in 
D flat ; low in C. [14459 

© July 6, 1918 ; 2 c. med. July 31, 
1918 ; 2 c. high & low Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 427864; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Dream (A) of the Orient; valse, by 
Edward Barnard [of Great Britain] 
1. Piano. 2. Orch. arr. by J. Sa- 
chan [of Great Britain] 4to. 

[14460, 14461 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 13, 

1918; E 421715, 421717; Newman 

pub. co., ltd., London. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Dream on; Dutch lullaby, words and 
music by E. S. Phelps [of U. S.] ; 
high, violin obbl. [14462 

© Sept. 14, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918 ; E 432385 ; C. C. Church & co.. 
Hartford. 

Dream on little soldier boy; from 
Yip-yip-yaphank, words by Jean 
Havez, music by Irving Berlin [of 
U. S.] [14463 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918; E 429891; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Dream (The) waltz; words by I. 
West, music by David Kaili [of 
Hawaii, domiciled in New York] 

[14464 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1918; E 430511; 
Irene West, Los Angeles. 

Dreaming of home ; by R. S. Morrison 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [14465 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432077; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Dreaming of home sweet home; 
words by Ballard Mac Donald, music 
by James F. Hanley [of U. S.] 

[14466 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 429S03; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., NeAV York. 

Dreaming of the dear folks at home ; 
words and music by Rachel Loveday 
[of England] ; in G. [14467 

© July 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421656; Phillips & Page, London. 
Dreaming ttme; words and music by 
Herbert Kohler [of Canada] ; in G. 

[14468 
© Aug. 5. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 8. 1918; 
E 421621; Thompson pub. co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 



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14486 



Dreaming to-night ; words and music 
by C. K. Emerson [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [14469 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429927; Chas. K. Emerson, 
Salem, N. J. 

Dreams (The) in your eyes; words 

by I. S. Kowitz, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14470 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430244; 

Ina Scoggin Kowitz, St. Louis. 

Dress dress dress ; from The passing 
show of 1918, words by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Sigmund Romberg 
[of U. S.] [14471 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 e. Aug. 15, 
1918 ; E 430120 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Dress up your dollars in khaki to- 
day ; words and music by J. W. Calli- 
cotte [of U. S.] Malta, Mont, Calli- 
cotte music co. [14472 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432368; J. W. Callicotte, 
Malta, Mont 

Duchess (The) of Devonshire; from 
The passing show of 1918, words by 
Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg [of U. S.] [14473 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918 ; E 430119 ; Jerome H. Remick & 
co., New York. 

Duck (The) board ; trench song, words 
and music by S. A. J. Levey [of Eng- 
land] [14474 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1918 ; E 421733 ; Sivori A. J. Levey, 
London. 

Duck-board (The) glide; words and 
music by P. G. Hntson [of England], 
arr. by Sydney West. [14475 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421555; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Duport (J. L.) 21 studii (21 studies) ; 
di J. L. Duport, nuova edizione rive- 
duta dal Giuseppe Magrini [of 
Italy] ; violoncello con ace. di un 
secondo violoncello ad lib. (Edi- 
zione Ricordi, no. 52) [14476 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421615 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Dupuits (Jean Baptists) Sonate; de 
J. B. Dupuits, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteuvs an- 
ciens, nos. 355, 391) 1. Violon et 



Dupuits (Jean Baptists) — Contd. 
piano, re majeur. 2. Violoncelle et 
piano, re majeur. [14477, 14478 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421788, 421816; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Dussek (G. L.) Tre sonate; di G. L. 
Dussek, op. 10, 70, 77, nuova edizione 
riveduta da Ernesto Marciano [of 
Italy] ; pf. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
37) 1. Sonate, sol minore. — 2. So- 
nata, op. 70, in La flat maggiore, II 
ritorno a Parigi. — 3. Sonata, op. 77. — 
in Fa minore, L'invocazione. 

[14479 

© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421618; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

E filli m'ha detto; villanella, versi 

anon, musica di Stefano Donaudy 

[of Italy] [14480 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421629; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Eagle (The) ; words by Alfred Ten- 
nyson, music by E. J. Polak [of 
U. S.] ; low. New York, Polak 
studio. [14481 

© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430732 ; Eniil J. Polak, New York. 

Eagle of liberty ; words by M. L. 
Amerose, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14482 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429579; 
Margaret L. Amerose, Bronx, N. Y. 

Eagle Rock rag; words by J. H. Car- 
ter, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [14483 

© 1 c. Sept 6, 1918; E 430631; 
James H. Carter, Boston. 

Eat 'em up ; words and music by K. L. 

Welton [of U. S.] [14484 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430263; 

Kate L. Welton, Thomaston, Conn. 

Eat 'em up, yell the Yanks; words 

by L. F. Hull, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14485 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 191S; E 430643; 

Lois F. Hull, Jewell, Kans. 

Eill Ei'li; tr. by Gertrude Norman, 
traditional Yiddish melody arr. from 
the notation of M. Shalitt, by W. A. 
Fisher [of U. S.] ; medium voice in 
A minor. [144S6 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432214: Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



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Einsamb (Dtf.) (Wang-seng-yu). 

Chinesische lied von H;ins Bethge, 
musik von Julius Rontgen [of Hol- 
land] op. 66; mezzo-sopran. (Cbin- 
esische lieder, no. 1) [14487 
© July 11. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421729; Wilhelin Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Eleanor; a serenade, words and music 
by Jessie L. Deppen [of U. S.] ; 
with violin obbl. ; high, medium, 
low. [144SS 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. each. Aug. 
29, 191S; E 430447; Sam Fox pub. 
co., Cleveland. 

Elegy; song without words, by Vah- 
dah Olcott-Bickford [of U. S.l op. 
20; guit. solo. [144S9 

© July 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 42966S; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

See also Ashton (Algernon) Four 

pieces. 

Elfin hill. See Field (Almon E.) 
Melodies. 

Elteson (Alice) Chanson; by A. 
Elieson [of Great Britain] ; violon- 
cello and piano. [14490 
© July 24. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1918: E 421873; Boosey & co., 
London. 

Emblem of liberty ; words by Harriet 
Adelaide Sherman, music by C. 
Frederick Toenniges [of U. S.] 

[14491 
© Sept. 4. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10. 
1918; E 43233S: William J. Sher- 
man, Maywood, 111. 

Es waren hirten (And there were 
shepherds) ; Weihnachtsknntate, 
words scriptural, music by II. A. 
Schumacher [of U. S.l ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Compositionen fiir 
gemischten chor, no. 13) [14402 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918 ; E 430502 ; H. A. Schumacher, 
Watertown, Wis. 

Esercizii e melodte per fanciut.lt; 
(Exercises and melodies for chil- 
dren) ; di Louis Kuhler, op. 218, rev. 
by Ernesto Marciano [of Italy] ; pf. 
(Edizione Ricordi, no. 27) [14493 
© Aug. 3, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 3, 191S; 
E 421634; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Esercizii e scale (Exercises and 
scales) ; di Heinrich Herz, nuova 
edizione riveduta ed aumentata da 
Sigismondo Cesi [of Italy] ; pf. 
(Edizione .Ricordi, no. 51) [14494 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421614; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



Eternal day; words by W. Cameron, 
music by Herbert W. Wareing [of 
Great Britain] 1. Sop. and contralto 
or ten. and bass. 2. Mixed voices. 
(Octavo series, no. 1249) 

[14495, 14490 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 

28, 1918; E 421894. 421897; Arthur 

1*. Schmidt co., Boston. [Copyright 

is claimed on arrangement] 

Evening brings memories of you; 

words by Ollie Miller, music by Anna 

Brock [of U. S.] [14497 

© June 1, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 

E 4300S0; Weile pub. co., St. Louis. 

Every day all the way ; words and 
music by Will H. Ruebush [of U. S.l ; 
male voices. [14498 

© Jan. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430477; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Everything is peaches down in 
Georgia ; fox-trot, by Milton Ager 
and Geo. W. Mever [of U. S.], arr. 
by Wm. Schulz [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [14499 

© Sept. 6, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 1918; 
E 432318; Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Ev'ry day is one day nearer; words 
and music by Fred W. Leigh [of Eng- 
land] [14500 
© July 5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; 
E 421556; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Exalt ye the Lord our God; anthem, 
words anon,- music by J. L. Ensign, 
arr. by Henry Rush [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. (Octavo 
series, no. 515) [14. r >01 

© Jan. 9. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 14. 191S ; 
E 432426; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monic revision, new organ score aud 
phrasing] 

Excentric fox-trot ; de R. Moretti [of 
France] ; piano. Geneve, J. Mont- 
fort. [14502 
© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918 ; 
E 421770; Raoul Moretii, Marseille, 
France. 

Face to face with the King; hymn, 
words by Lizzie De Armond, music 
bv D. B. Towner [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [14503 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 29. 1918 ; 
E 430481; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 



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14519 



Fairy's (A) wedding; arr. by M. Hal- 
peri n [of U. S.] ; piano. (Grade 1-b, 
no. 8) [14504 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 429654; Max Halperin, 
Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement] 

Fantaste- impromptu. See Chopin 
(Frederic Frangois) 

Far across the ocean blue; good-bye 
little girl I'm going far away, words 
by W. E. Roush, music by Chas. L. 
Johnson [of U.S.] [14505 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 432319; Wiliam E. Roush, Excel- 
sior Springs, Mo. 

Far across the sea ; words by A. 
Bibeau, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14506 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430255; 
Arthur Bibeau, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Far awa'; duet, words by Robert 
Burns, music by Mrs. H. H. A. 
Beach [of U. S.] op. 43, no. 4. l. Sop. 
and alto. 2. Trio, women's voices. 
(Octavo series, no. 726) 

[14507, 14508 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 22, 

191S; E 430270, 430283; Arthur P. 

Schmidt co, Boston. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Farewell little sweetheart; words 
and music by G. H. Clark [of U. S.] 
Los Angeles, CaL, W. A. Quincke & 
co. [14509 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430376; Gordon H. Clark, 
Los Angeles. 

Farewell to thee; words by G. Ed- 
wards, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14510 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429604; 
Gertrude Edwards, Modesto, Cal. 

Farmer (The) and the city man; 
words bv H. Jubinville, music by 
PI S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14511 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429576; 
Hector Jubinville, Fortress Monroe, 
Va. 

Farmer (The) boy; words by Lizzie 
De Armond, music by D. B. Towner 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. [14512 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430484 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 



Father of mercies ; anthem, English 
words by W. G. Rothery, set to mu- 
sic by S. P. Waddington [of Eng- 
land] ; mixed voices, organ ace. ( Oc- 
tavo anthems, no. 1065) [14513 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1918 ; E 421739 ; Novello & co., Lon- 
don. 

Favorite (The) ; one step, by Arthur 
Wm. James Eof U. S.] ; plectrum 
banjo, C notation. [14514 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918; E 430171; Stephen Shepard. 
Paterson, N. J. 

Feasting on milk and honey and 
wine; negro spiritual, arr. by Har- 
vey B. Gaul [of U. S.] (Nine negro 
spirituals, no. 7) [14515 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 
E 432251 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Feathery snowflakes ; tarantelle, by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 
356, no. 1; pf. (Four characteristic 
sketches, no. 15397) [14516 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432063; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

February — amethyst; words by Jes- 
sica Moore, music by Geo. L. Spauld- 
ing [of U. S.] ; vocal or instrumen- 
tal. (Birthday jewels, no. 15407) 

[14517 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432098; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Fed up ; words and music by Fred W. 
Leigh and Tom Costello [of Eng- 
land] [14518 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421558; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Fiddler of Dooney. See Butler (Wal- 
ter) Four Irish lyrics. 

Field (Almon E.) Melodies; from A 
musical fantasv, words and melody 
by A. E. Field *[of U. S.] Contents: 
Beautiful butterfly.— Life is like a 
rainbow. — Pepita, my little Spanish 
rose. — May time. — Elfin hill.— Adieu. 
[14519 
© 1 c. Sept. 5. 1918; E 432256: 
Almon E. Field, Detroit. 

Fikld beloved (O du wogendes feld) ; 
tr. from the Russian of A. Tolstoi, by 
Robert H. Hamilton [of U. S.], Ger- 
man version by Lena Esbeer, music 



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Field beloved — Continued, 
by Serge Rachmaninoff, op. 4, no. 5; 
in G min. [14520 

© May 11. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429S28; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copright is claimed on 
English translation.] 

Fight foe the Red, White and Blue ; 

vends by C. Lund, melody bv R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [14521 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E 430363; 

Clarence Lund, Magna, Utah. 

Fight (The) is on; words by J. R. 
Shannon, music by Carl D. Vander- 
sloot [of U. S.] [14522 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; 
E 430524; Vandersloot music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Fight till the cows come home; 

words and music by R. Y. Smith [of 

U. S.] [14523 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432216; 

Robert Y T ale Smith, Cambridge, 111. 

Fighting (The) Allies; a grand se- 
lection on airs of our Allies, arr. by 
M. L. Lake [of U. S.]. 1. Military 
band, with conductor. (U. S. mili- 
tary hand journal no. 239) 2. Full 
orch. [14524, 14525 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429693; 429694; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Fighting Danny Cbane; march song, 
words by E. Sieberman, melody by 
A. Wechsler [of U. S.] [14526 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432402; 
Elias Sieberman, Brooklyn, and 
Arthur Wechsler, New York. 

Fighting for the freedom of the 
avorld ; words by S. J. Atchley, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[14527 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430221; 
S. J. Atchley, Los Angeles. 

Fighting for the U. S. A. ; words by 

A. W. Graham, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [1452S 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430659; 

A. White Graham, Vernon, Canada. 

Fighting (The) mechanics; march- 
ing song, words and music by B. B. 
Miller [of U. S.] [14529 

© Aug. 22. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918; E 430352; B*enjamin B. Miller, 
Brooklyn. 



Fighting Sam ; words by E. Obanion, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [14530 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429627; 

Elnora Obanion, Lincoln, Neb. 

Fighting (The) soldier man; words 
by C. R. Meyer, music by Grace 
Moser [of U. S.] New York, Meyer 
brothers. [14531 

© Aug. 1, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918;; E 429806; Charles Russell 
Meyer, New York. 

Fine fresh fish ; from Little Miss 
1918, words and music by C. Oliver 
[of England] [14532 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421557; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Fireside (A) lullaby; by Theodora 
Dutton [of U. S.] ; pf. (Characteris- 
tic pieces for the pianoforte, no. 
15394) [14533 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432055; Theo. Presser co.„ 
Philadelphia. 

Flag of liberty; words and melody 
by I. T. Chappie [of U. S.] [14534 
© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; E 432163 ; 
Isaac T. Chappie, Orion, 111. 

Flag of our love; words by J. C. H. 
Hatton, music by C. Porter [of U. 
S.] [14535 

© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918; E 432257; 
Carrie Porter and Jane Cowell 
Hough Hatton, Columbus, O. 

Flag of the free ; words by C. S. Mc- 
Luury, music by A. W. Sutherland 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, Gal., Los 
Angeles music pub. co. [14536 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429799; C. S. McLaury & 
A. W. Sutherland, Los Angeles. 

words bv F. Noon, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [14537 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429584; 
Frances Noon, Hemlock, O. 

Flag of the starlight ; set to tune 
Stanwix. words and music by M. W. 
Stryker [of U. S.], bar. by B. C. B. 
[14538 
© Aug. 16, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
191 S; E 430153; M. Woolsey Stryker, 
Rome, N. Y. 

Flag (The) of the U. S. A.; words 
by B. E. Bilzing, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [14539 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430413; Blanche E. Bilzing, 
St. Louis. 



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14558 



•Flag (The), the rose and you ; words 

by Edward W. Schaub, music by 

Alfred Damm [of U. S.] [14540 

© Aug. 5, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

.' 1918 ; E 432272 ; Damm & Schaub, St. 
Paul. 

Flat (The) foot; words by C. Law- 
son, music by Arnold Krueger [of 
F. S.] [14541 

; © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432390; 
Charles Lawson, Milwaukee. 

Flipping the flapjacks at Childs ; 

• words by E. H. Knopf, melody by 
David M. Minton, jr. [of U. S.] 

[14542 

.", © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; E 429822 ; 

• Edwin H. Knopf, New York. 

.Flitting sunbeams ; by E. L. Ashford 

> [of U. S.] ; pf. [14543 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432071; Theo. Presser co., 

- Philadelphia. 

Florida, our land of dreams; words 
■ and music by B. L. Hammond [of 
• ' ; U. S.], air. by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14544 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430211; 

Barbara Livingstone Hammond, 
:. Jacksonville, Fla. 

vFlower (The) of the nation; words 

and music by A. B. Jones [of U. S.] 

t [14545 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429592; 

Alethia Brunell Jones, Cameron, W. 

. Va. 

Flowers ; four impressions by Godfrey 
Newark [of Great Britain] ; pf. 

• Contents : Apple blossoms. — Red peo- 
nies. — Chrysanthemums. — Winter 
roses. [14546 

© June 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
191S; E 421747; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Flying (The) squadron; march, by 

Carl Lawrence [of U. S.] ; orch. 

4to. [14547 

© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 

E 429718 ; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines. 

Foe (The) that would strike Old 

Glory would strike your motheis 

too; words and melody by W. C. 

( Stewart [of U. S.], harmonized by 

J. H. Fidmore [of U. S.] 4to. 

[14548 
© Aug. 15, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

• : -1918 s E 430328; W. C. Stewart, Cyn- 

thiana, Ky. 



Folk-song ; by Anna Segal [of U. S.] ; 
violin and piano. [14549 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429701; 
Hugo Segal, Detroit. 

Follow me to Germany and victory; 
words by William J. Hart, music by 
Edward G. Nelson [of U. S.] [14550 
© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1918 ; 
E 432336 ; Jerome H. Remick & CO., 
New York. 

Follow on ; words and music by Ber- 

nie Grossman [of U. S.] [14551 

© July 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1918 ; 

E 429978 ; Prival music co., New 

York. 

Follow the band ; words and music by 

A. Amsden [of U. S.] [14552 

© Aug. 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 

E 429709 ; Arthur Amsden, Saginaw, 

Mich. 

Follow the flag; from Everything, 
words by R. H. Burnside, music by 
R. Hubbell [of U. S.] New York, 
T. B. Harms and Francis Day & 
Hunter. [14553 

© Aug. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1918 ; 
E 432265; R. H. Burnside & Ray- 
mond Hubbell, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revised edition] 

Follow the plough ; words and music 
by Charles Oliver [of England! 

[14554 
© Aug. 14, 1918 ; 1 e. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
E 42186S; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
Blackpool, England. 

Fond mem'rles of you; words by A. 
Poeckes, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14555 
© Aug. 16, 1918 ; E 429598 ; Alice 
Poeckes, Le Mars, la. 

Foolish moon ; from Shanghai words 
by Howard M. Shelley, music by Isi- 
dore Witmark [of U. S.] [14556 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918 ; E 429990 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

For France ; words and music by A. W. 
Moss [of U. S.] [14557 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 429705 ; Albert W. Moss, Chi- 
cago. 

For liberty; words by C. A. Fath, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [14558 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 191S; E 429628; 

C. A. Fath. Cleveland. 



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Foe liberty and home; words by J. 
Vincent, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [145.19 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429601; 
John Vincent, Chicago. 

Foe love; bv A. O. Johnstone [of U. 

S.] ; piano' [14560 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429775; 

Alexander Church Johnstone, New 

York. 

Foe love and Old Gloey; words by E. 
Hadley, music by Frank W. Jones 
[of U. S.] [14561 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; 
E 4301296; Evelyn Hadley, Leaven- 
worth, Kans. 

Fob my flag and my countey ; words 

by J. G. Johnstone, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [14562 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E 430362; 

J. G. Johnstone, Wynyard, Canada. 

Fob Old Gloey and Ohio ; march song, 
words and music by M. W. Townsend 
[of U. S.] Akron, O., Success music 
co. [14563 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918 ; E 432152 ; Miles W. Townsend, 
Greenfield, O. 

Foe peace without victory, do not 
implore; words by R. D. Lefevre, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [14564 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430206; 
Rachel D. Lefevre, Mulberry, Kan. 

For remembrance ; words by Chilton 
Bingham, music by William Mc- 
Lean [of England] [14565 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421577; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Fob the eagle, God and liberty ; 

words by E. H. Tessman, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 

111., North American music pub. co. 

[14566 

© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918; E 430414; E. H. Tessman, 

Oskaloosa, la. 

Foe the good old U. S. A. ; words by 

R. C. Ortquist, music by B. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14567 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E <?30239; 

Rudolph C. Ortquist, Muskegon, 

Mich. 

Fob the U. S. A. and you ; words and 

melody by M. Sutton [of U. S.] 

[14568 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430178; 
Marguerite Sutton, Bolton, Mass. 



For those in the air; hvmn, words 
by A. C. K.. music by W. II. E. [of 
England]; mixed voices. 4to. 

[1456!) 
© June 14, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1918; E 421709; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

For world democracy; words and 

music by A. A. KaufTman [of U. S.] 

[M570 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429631: 

Abbott A. Kauffman. Brooklyn. 

Foret. Sec Caplet (Andre) Quatre 
poSmes. 

Forever and a day; by Hallett Gil- 
berts, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.l ; 
full orch. [14571 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429690; Carl Fischer. New 
York. [Copyright, is claimed on ar 
rangement] 

Forget me not; by Matilee Loeb- 

Evans [of U. S.] ; pf. [14572 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432065; Theo. Pressor co„ 

Philadelphia. 

words by M. P. Kellar, music by 

S. Le Deviner [of U. S.], arr. by Eu- 
gene Platzmann [of U. S.] [14573 
© 1 c. Aug. 30. 1918; E 430550; 
Mary Pearce Kellar, Washington. 

Forging the way to Berlin ; words 
and music by A. W. Van Dorston 
[of U. S.] r 14574 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432119; 
A. Washington Van Dorston. 
Chicago. 

Forgiven but not forgotten ; words by 
Q. M. Andrews, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [14575 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430441 ; Queenie Meade An 
drews, Lindsay, Out., Canada. 

Forward, America ; patriotic hymn, 
words by James H. Dillard, music 
by Y. Arnandez [of U. S.l ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [14576 

© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432166; Yves Arnandez, 
New Iberia, La 

Forward boys of America; words by 
A. Nunziante, music by C. Brown [of 
U. S.] [14577 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 432019; 
Anthony Nunziante and Charlotte 
Brown, Newark, N. J. 



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14597 



FORWARD, FORWARD AMERICA'S SON J 

words by P. L. Haims, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[1457S 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430426; Philip L. Haims, 
Cleveland. 

Forward in His service; words and 
music by Walter A. Shawker [of 
U. S.] 4to. [14579 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 430148; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Four ducks on a pond. See Butler 
(Walter) Four Irish lyrics. 

Four leaf clover; a rondel, words by 
Ella Higginson, music by John Lilley 
Bratton [of U. S.] [14580 

© Aug. 23, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429942; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

words and music by T. H. Har- 
rington [of U. S.], arr. by George A. 
Cragg [of U. S.] [145S1 
© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430542; 
Thomas H. Barrington, New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 

Fragment (A) ; words and music by 

E. J. Polak [of U. S.] ; low. New 

York, Polak studio. [14582 

© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 

E 430730 ; Emil J. Polak, New York. 

France; chant national, paroles de 
Eugene Crosti, musique de Renaud- 
Maury (Marie) [of France] Paris, 
Louis Alleton. 1. Chant seul. 4to. — 
2. Chant et piano. [14583, 145S4 

© June 21, 1915 ; 1 c. each Mar. 23, 
1918; E. 421878, 421879; Renaud- 
Maury (Marie), Paris. 

words by Evelyn G. Corrigan, 

music by N. Grey ton Peck [of U. S.l 
arr. by Wm. D. Sabin. [145S5 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 e. Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 429710 ; N. G. Peck pub. co., 
Wellsville, N. Y. 

Freedom; words by J. J. Hanlon, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 

S.] [145SG 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429609; 

James J. Hanlon, Kulpmont, Pa. 

Freedom for all forever; the motto 
of the U. S. A., words and music by 
M. A. Jones [of U. S.] [145S7 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1918; E 429434; Mary A. Jones, 
Newark, O. 



Freedom's land bouquet ; words by A. 

J. Heil, melody by B. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [145S8 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430335; 

Albert J. Heil, Wesleyville, Pa. 

Friendship; a musical memory, by 

Richard Haigh [of England] ; piano. 

[14589 

© July 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 

E 421519; Joseph Henry Larway, 

London. 

Frisky; fox trot, by Mel B. Kaufman 
[of U. S.], arr. by J. S. Zamecnik; 
orch. 4to. [14590 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430449; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Fritz's finish ; words and music by 

S. P. Johnson [of U. S.] [14591 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430460; 

Samuel Paige Johnson, Grand Forks, 

N. D. 

From a mountain top; by Roland 
Diggle [of U. S.] ; organ. (Calif- 
ornia suite, no. 4) [14592 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429757; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

From Valley Forge to France ; words 

and music by Mary Earl [of U. S.] 

[14593 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1918; E 430090; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., New York. 

Frugatta (Giuseppe) 24 esercizii; 
preparatory ai 24 celebri studii, 12 
a l'op. 10, et 12 a, l'op. 25, di F. 
Chopin, arr. par. G. Frugatta [of 
Italy] ; pf. [14594 

© Aug. 3, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; 
E 421633 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Gal don't call me Hun ; words and 
music by B. Alderman [of U. S.] 

[14595 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 429836; 

Beatrice Alderman, Fremont, Neb. 

Gallery (The) of the heart; words 

and arr. by M. Porter, melody by M. 

Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher 

of U. S.l [14596 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 191S; E 430164; 

M. Porter, Omaha, Neb. 

Galli-Curci (The) rag; from The 
passing show of 191S, words by Har- 
old Attendee, music bv Sigmund 
Romberg [of U. S.] [14597 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 43011S; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



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Gat.lt akd (Johann Eknst) • Sonate; 
de J. E. Galliard, arr. par J. Salmon 
[of France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens, no& 892. 303. 350, 357) 1. 
Violoncello et piano, mi minenr. 2. 
Violoncelle et piano, sol majeur. 3. 
Violon et piano, mi mineur. 4. Yio- 
ldii et piano, sol majeur. 

[14.108-14601 

© July 30, 1018; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 

1918; E, -121814. 421815, 421820. 

421842: Soeiete anonyme des §di- 

i tions Ricordi, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Game (The) of t.ove ; from Shanghai, 

• words by Harry B. Smith, music by 

Witmark [of U. S.] [14002 

© Aug. 27. 1018; 2 c. Aug. 28, 

1018 ; E 420001 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 

Garden of dreams ; words by A. L. 

Basht, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.j [14603 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430219; 

A. L. Basht, Massillon, O. 

Gargoyle. See Goossens (Eugene) 
Four conceits. 

Gasparini (Quirino) Sonate; de Q. 
irini, arr. par J. Salmon [of 

. France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens, nos. 304, 358) 1. Violoncelle 
et piano, mi mineur. 2. Violon et 
piano, mi mineur. [14604, 14603 

© July 30. 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421813, 421823; Soeiete 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Gastrics khaki clad march; words 
by C. L. Parker, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [14606 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

, 1918; E 430423; Charles Le Roy 
Parker, Palmyra, Neb. 

Gathering home ; words by Mary Les- 
lie, music by W. A. Ogden, arr. by 
Goo. C. Stebbius [of U. S.] : male 
voices. [14607 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918 ; E 430465 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Gavotta e tambtjrino : di Vinoenzo 
Bill! [of Italy] op. 331. 1. Piccola 
orch. con piano conduttore. 4to. 2. . 
Violino con ace. di pf. [1460S, 14609 
© Aug. 3, 191S ; 1 c. each Aug. 8, 
191S; E 421598, 421630; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 



Gavotte; de Caix d' Hervelois, arr. 
par J. Salmon [of Francel (Oeuvrai 
d'auteurs anciens, nos. 397, 361) 1. 
Violoncelle et piano. 2. Violon et 
Piano. [14610, 14011 

© July 30, 191 S; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1018; E 421752. 421761; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

de J. Ph. Rameau, arr. par .1. Sal- 
mon [of France] (Oeuvres d' au- 
teurs anciens, nos. 373, 409) 1. Vio- 
lon et piano. 2. Violoncelle et piano. 
[11012, 14013 
© July 30. 1018; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421704, 421755; Societe 
anonyme <h'^ editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Gavotte miniature; duet, by Mary 
Helen Brown [of U. S.] : two' pianos, 
four hands. [14014 

© July 30. 1018; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432044; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Gay Gordons. See Lee (Ernest Mark- 
ham) Six marches. 

Gee, I wish I had a sot.dter roy; 
words and music by K. Putnam [of 
U. S.l, arr. by Quinn's music bureau 
[of U.S.] [14015 

© 1 c Aug. 26, 101S: E 429S62; 
Katherine Putnam, San Francisco. 

Geheimnissvoixe (Die) flote (Li-tai- 
po) ; Chinesische lied von Hans 
Bethge. musik von Julius Ronteen 
[of Holland] op. 66; bariton. (Chin- 
esische lieder, no. 8) [14610 
© July 11, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421730; Wilhehn Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

General Persuing of the U. S. A; 
words and music by W. H. Bennett 
[of U. S.l [14017 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2c. Aug. 16, 1918 ; 
E 429527; William II. Bennett, Chi- 
cago. 

General's march. See Griffes 
(Charles T.) Six bugle-call pieces. 

German (Edw.) Three dances from 
Henry VIII ; by E. German, arr. by 
H. F. ((dell r<>f U. S.]; full mand. 
orch. Contents: — 1. Morris dance. — 
2. Shepherds' dance. — 3. Torch 
dance. [14618 

© July 10. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1018; E 420000; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



912 



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I. 1918 



14636 



Germany and the U. S. A. ; words by 
C. H. Roberson, music by Harry J. 
Bowers [of U. S.] [14619 

© Aug. 25, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430457 ; Chas. H. Roberson, 
Springdale, W. Va. 

Get ready ; words and music by H. A. 

Jackson [of U. S.] [14620 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 

E 429427; Helen A. Jackson, New 

York. 

Ghost-road. See Bantock (Granville) 
Five songs from the Chinese poets. 

Gibson (The) agent march; by J. 
Nicomede [of U. S.] arr. by Zarh 
Myron Bickford ; mand. orch. (Nico- 
mede edition, no. 4) [14621 
© July 19, 1918; 2 c. July 25, 
1918 ; E 428910 ; Joe Nicomede, New 
Alexandria, Pa. 

Gira-gira. See Piccole scene d'infan- 
zia. 

Girl (The) behind the man behind 
the gun ; from The girl behind the 
gun, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Ivan Caryll [of Great Bri- 
tain, domiciled at New York] 

[14622 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429968 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Girl (The) behind will stand be- 
hind the boy behind the gun ; 
words and melody by Jack Ma honey 
[of U. S.] [14623 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918, E 432025; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Girl (The) I left at home; words by 
L. M. Snare, music by A. A. Sande- 
fur [of U. S.] [14624 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430379; Geo. W. T. Snare, 
Los Angeles. 

Girl of mine; words and music by 

R. B. Skeels [of U. S.], arr. by R. B. 

Brewer [of U. S.] [14625 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430286; 

Ralph B. Skeels, Lakewood, O. 

Girl (The) that I love over there; 
words and music by A.W.Packard 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, H. W. 
Packard. [14626 

© Aug. 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
191S; E 429533; Adeline Whitman 
Packard, Los Angeles. 

Girls of America ; words and music 

by S. J. Nicholson [of U. S.] [14627 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 43033S ; 

Sallie Jane Nicholson, Washington. 



Give my regards to Broadway ; words 
and music by Geo. M. Cohan, war 
version by Alfred Bryan [of U. S.] 
[14628 
© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S; E 429950; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement and 
new words] 

Give my regards to Rosie; words by 
James Wilson, music by Sidney 
Lennox [of England] [14629 

© July 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421560; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Give with a smile ; a community 
song, words by E. W. Newton, music 
by E. W. Newton and H. S. Leavitt 
[of U. S.] Boston, Le Roy Phillips. 
[14630 
© Aug. 14, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 429652; Elbridge Ward 
Newton, Somerville, Mass., and 
Helen Sewall Leavitt, Boston. 

Glad songs of dawn ; words by P. J. 
O'Reilly, music by Cecil Moon [of 
Great Britain] ; in C. [14631 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421687; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Glorious emblem of the free ; words 
by Lizzie De Armond, music by D. 
B. Towner [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
[14632 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. A.ug. 29, 
1918; E 430479; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Gnee'ah ; from Tails up, words by 
Davy Burnaby, music by Philip 
Braiiam [of England] [14633 

© July 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 191S ; 
E 42150S; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Go and come out soon, oh Mr. Moon ; 

words and music by Clara B. 

Lanctot Irving [of U. S.] [14634 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430320; 

Herbert Irving, Norristown, Pa. 

Go over the top ; words and music 

by J. Wilson [of U. S.] [14635 

© Dec. 8, 1917 ; 2 c. July 8, 1918 ; 

E 42730S; John Wilson, Newark, 

N. J. 

Go west young girl; from The pass- 
ing show of 1918. words by Harold 
Atteridge, music by Russell M. Tar- 
box [of U. S.] [14636 
© Aug. 15. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
191S; E 430123; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



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14637 



pt.l 



,D.S.,V. 13 



God be merciful ; anthem ; words from 
the Psalms, music by Joseph Parry, 
arr. by R. M. Neal [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 523) 

[14637 

© Jan. 9, 1018 ; 2 c. Sept. 14. 1918 ; 

B 482427 ; Tullar-Meredith co., New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

harmonic revision and phrasing] 

God he merciful unto us; part-sung, 
words anon, music by J. Lamont 
Galbraith [of Great Britain, domi- 
ciled at Richmond. Va.] ; mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 1258) 

[14638 
© Aug. 26. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1918 ; 
E 4299X4; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 

God bless America, the mother of 
US all : words by C. F. Earth, music 
by M. J. Schridlemeyer [of U. S.l 

[14639 

© 1 c. July 27, 1918; E 430129; 

Con F. Barth, Pittsburgh. 

God bless her heart who gave me 

life ; words by B. Camera, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14640 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429596; 
Ben Camera. Ffazleton, Pa. 
God is our salvation ; anthem, words 
by J. W. Lerman. music by "Millard, 
arr. by H. M. Neal [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. (Octavo series, 
no. 527) [14641 

© May 27, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
191S ; E 432433 ; Tullar-Meredith co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new text and harmonic revision] 
God of the morning; words by I. 
Watts, music by Wm. Lyndon Wright 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Octavo 
series, sacred, no. 1246) [14642 

© Aug. 20. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; 
E 430276; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 
God return me safe to you: war bal- 
lad, words and melody by C. E. Niek- 
erson [of Canada, domiciled at Liv- 
ermore. Cal.] [14643 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918; E 429432; 
Converse Ennis Nickerson, Liver- 
more, Cal. 
God send you back to me; by A. Em- 
mett Adams [of Great Britain] ; 
salon orch., piano conductor. 4to. 

[14644 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421676 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



God send you hack to me — Continued. 

duet, founded on the song by 

Douglas Furber and E. Adams, arr. 
by Edward St. Quentin [of Great 
Britain] 1. Vocal duet. 2. Piano 
solo. [14645, 14646 

© Aug. 7. 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421677. 421678; Newman 
pub. <•<>.. ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

God so loved the world; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by Pur- 
cell James Mansfield [of England] 
op. 98; mixed voices, organ ace. 4tO. 
( ( 'hoi-al album no. 1285) [14647 

© July 25. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 421647 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 

GOD SPEED FREEDOM FOR ALL THE WORLD J 

words by J. B. Rhodes, music by Al- 
fred Otto Kloess [of U. S.l [14048 
© 1 c. Aug. 16. 1918; E 429748; 
Joe Burt Rhodes, Los Angeles. 

Going all the way ; words and music 
by S. K. Wheatlake [of U. S.l 

[14649 
© July 9. 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 16. 1918; 
E 42951 2: Samuel Kennedy Wheat- 
lake, Denver. 

Gold and the war is won: words by 
Kathleen Mayon Moir, melody by 
Mary Rucker Brooke [of U. S.] 

[14650 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1918; E 430510: 
Mrs. E. S. Brooke & Mrs. E. L. Moir, 
Roanoke, Ya. 
Golden gate; march, two-step, by V. 
Romano [of U. S.] : piano. San 
Francisco. Cal., James Romano. Buf- 
falo. X. Y., Eberle music co. [14653 
'© Aug. 15. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14. 
191S; E 429423; Vincent Romano. 
San Francisco. 
Golden (The) key; words and music 
by S. K. Wheatlake [of U. S.] 

[14652 
© July 9. 1918; 2 e. Aug. 16. 191S: 
E 429515; Samuel Kennedy Wheat- 
lake, Denver. 
Golondbina (La) (The swallow) ; 
waltz, by N. Serradel, arr. by Henry 
Edmond Earle [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[14853 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918; E 430375; W. A. Quincke & 

co., Los Angeles. 

Gondoliera; di Enrico de Leva [of 

Italy] ; pf. [ 14651 

© Aug. 3. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 8. 1918; 

E 421605; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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14672 



Gone to get the Kaiser; words by 
F. M. Timmons, music by Frank W. 
Ford [of U. S.] [14655 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 430506; Florence M. Tim- 
mons, Mendon, 111. 

Good-bye America, hello France; 
words by A. T. Duryea, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [14656 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432123; 
Albert T. Duryea, Long Branch, 
N. J. 

Good-bye girlie; words and music by 
H. W. Meyerinck [of U. S.], arr. by 

I Chas. Albert [of U. S.] [14657 

© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918; E 432270; 
Herbert Win. Meyerinck, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Good-bye, good-bye William ; song of 
the Allies, words and music by A. L. 
Maxson [of U. S.] [14658 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429724; 
Alice Lawrence Maxson, Los An- 
geles. 

Good-bye Guthie (Gitssie) ; words 
and melody by James Kendis, James 
Brockman and Nat Vincent [of U. 
S.], arr. by Freda Applebaum [of 
U. S.] [14659 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 430137; 
Kendis-Brockman music CO., inc., 
New York. 

Good-bye, little girl, don't _cry; 
words by L. M. Gephardt, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14660 

© 1 c. Aug. 16. 1918; E 429554; 

Laura M. Gephardt, Tarentum, Pa. 

Good bye, mother ; words by R. Rock- 
well, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [14661 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430660; 
Ray Rockwell, Bloomington, Ind. 

Good bye, mother darling; words by 

I. M. Thomas, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14662 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 43024S; 

Inez M. Thomas, Milo, Me. 

Good-bye. sweetheart ; words by Mrs. 
R. T. Whiteley, music arr. by Martha 
Dora Whiteley [of U. S.] [14663 
© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
191S ; E 432220 ; Mrs. Robert Thomas 
Whiteley, Yeagertown, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on introduction, in- 
terlude and words.] 



Good-bye to you my Mary Jane ; 

words by L. Schlueter, music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 

111., North American music pub. co. 

[14664 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918; E 430392; Louis Schlueter, 

Evansville, Ind. 

Good-bye U. S. A. ; words and music 

by Guy A. Surber [of U. S.] [14665 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1918; E 429707; B. M. Surber, 

George, la. 

Goodbye we'll not forget you ; words 
and music by C. Caddick [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [14666 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429911; Charles Caddick, 
Philadelphia. 

Good bye-ee ; fox trot, intro : Good 
bye-ee and My meatless day, arr. by 
Henry E. Pether [of England] ; 
piano. [14667 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421559 ; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Good old times ; intro : Country dance, 
by R. S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; piano. 
(Folk dances, no. 15329) [14668 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S; E 432072; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Goossens (Eugene) Four conceits ; by 
E. Goossens [of England] op. 20; 
piano. Contents : 1. The gargoyle. — 
2. Dance memories. — 3. A walking 
tune. — 4. The marionette show. 

[14669 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 

E 421545 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Grand (A) party; part-song, words by 
Frank H. Stauffer, music by Cuth- 
bert Harris [of Great Britain] ; male 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 427) 

[14670 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 421S95; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Geazioli (G. B.) Sonate; de G. B. 
Grazioli, arr. par. J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, 
nos. 395, 359) 1. Violoncelle et 
piano, sol majeur. 2. Yiolon et 
piano, sol majeur. [14671, 14672 

© July 30, 191S; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421S12; 421S22 ; Societe 
anonyme dea editions Ricordi. Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



915 



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14673 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Great (A) day; words by E. Shain, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [14673 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430654; 

Emma Shain, Potomac, 111. 

Great is the goodness of God ; words 
and music by Haldor Lillenas [of 
Norway, domiciled at Auburn, 1111 

[14674 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918 ; 

E 429519 ; William B. Rose, Chicago. 

Great Lakes 2nd regiment march ; by 
P. A. Miedtke [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[14675 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 432196; 
Paul A. Miedtke, Great Lakes, 111. 

Great (The) peace jubilee; words 
and music anon, recorded and 
har. by Carlos Troyer [of U. S.l ; 
chorus in unison with sop. solo ad 
lib. [14676 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432042; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on recording and harmonizing] 

Great (A) religion; words by Lizzie 
De Armond, music by D. B. Towner 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. [14677 

© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430487; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Greatest (The) day the world will 
ever know ; words by Ed. Morton 
and James Dempsey, music by Joe 
Burke [of U. S.] [1467S 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 430100; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Greatest (The) mother in the 
world ; words by John Murray An- 
derson, music by Henri Tussenbroek 
[of Holland] [14679 

© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 421645; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

Greatest (The) mother of them all ; 
words and music by Rainbow Lillie 
[pseud, of Mrs. John Hungler, of 
TJ. S.], arr. by Dave Peyton [of 
U. S.] [14680 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429549; 
Mrs. John Hungler, Harvey, 111. 

Greeting. See Dance visions. 

Greeting to spring; the Blue Danube 
waltz, three part song, words anon, 
music by Johann Strauss, arr. by 
G. D. Wilson, ed. by Charles Fon- 
teyn Manney [of U. S.] ; women's 



Greeting to spring — Continued, 
voices, 4to. (Three-part songs, for 
women's voices, no. 13261) [14681 
© May 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429S23; Oliver Ditson CO., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Butterfly 
(The) ; by E. Grieg, op. 43, rev., 
editing and instructive annotations 
by Leopold Godowsky, form and 
harmony by Alexander Henneman, 
biographical sketch and glossary by 
Emerson Whithorne [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Progressive series compo- 
sitions, no. 634, grade 3-b) [14682 
© Aug. 5, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1918; E 430339; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on revisions and annota- 
tions] 

Peer Gynt suite; by Grieg, arr. 

by H. F. Odell [of U. S.] ; full 
maud. orch. [14683 

© July 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
191S; E 429678; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Griffes (Charles T.) Six bugle-call 
pieces ; bv Arthur Toinlinson [pseud, 
of C. T. Griffes of U. S.] ; piano, first 
grade. Contents : Reveille. — Taps. — 
Adjutant's call. — General's march. — 
Assembly march. — To the colors. 

[14684 
© Aug. 22. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
191S; E 430515; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Gruss (A) fun die trenches; words 
and music by I. Lillian [of U. S.], 
arr. by Samuel Secunda. [146S5 

© Sept. 9. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1918; E 432329; Isidore Lillian, 
Brooklyn. 

Gtjerini (Francesco) Sonate; de F. 
Guerini, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens. nos. 396, 360) 1. Violoncelle 
et piano, sol majeur. 2. Yiolon et 
piano, sol majeur. [14686,14687 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 191S; E 421S11, 421S36; Society 
anonyme des Editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah ; 
anthem, words by William Williams, 
music by F. A. Clark [of U. S.] ; 



916 



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no. 9, 1918 



14704 



Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah — 
Continued, 
mixed voices. 4to. (Church an- 
thems for general use, no. 279) 

[14688 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; B 430150; Hall -Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

■ -See also Volunteer choir, v. 5, no. 

11. 

•Gypsy (The) qjjeen ; rondo, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] op. 356, no. 
4; pf. (Four characteristic sketches, 
no. 15400) [14689 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432060; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Hail America, our cry; words by 
Charles Keeler, music by Hugo 
Riesenfeld [of U. S.] ; high in C. 

[14690 
© Aug. 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430373 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

Hail, Illinois. See Our Illinois [and] 
Hail, Illinois. 

Hail Old Glory; words and music by 
G. Nacciarone [of U. S.] [14691 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 430143; 
Guido Nacciarone, Brooklyn. 

Hallelujah (The) song; words by 
A. M. French, music by D. B. Town- 
er [of U. S.] ; male voices. [14692 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430488; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Handy's ragtime band; words and 
music by Lois Benham [of U. S.] 



© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 
E 430523 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Happiness galore; words and music 
by E F. Schrader [of Switzerland, 
domiciled at St. Louis] [14694 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430743; 
Edward Frederick Schrader, St. 
Louis. 

Happy (A) family; from The girl be- 
hind the gun, words by P. G. Wode- 
house, music by Ivan Caryll [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] [14695 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429965 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 



Happy go lucky rag ; by John M. Fait 

[of U .S.] ; piano. [14696 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1918 ; 

E 429894 ; Pace & Handy music co., 

Chicago. 

Happy marigold; words by Harvey 
M. Watts, music by William Moore 
[of U. S.] [14697 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432068; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Harvester's (The) night song; 
words by Foster Pdchardson, music 
by H. Baynton-Power [of Great 
Britain] [14698 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421720; Newman pub. CO., 
ltd., London. 

Haschivenu; ancient traditional He- 
brew melody for Pesach, by M. Hel- 
fere [of U. S.] ; mixed voices, piano 
or organ ace. New York, Luckhard 
& Belder. [14699 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918 ; E 432301 ; Max Helfere, New 
York. 

Hats oef; march and one-step, by 
M. E. Denver [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[14700 
© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918 ; E 432320 ; Mildred E. Denver, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Hats off, the flag is passing by ; text 
by Henry Holcomb Bennett, music 
by F. D. Godfrey [of U. S.] 

[14701 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 429786; 
Floyd Doane Godfrey, Chicago. 

Have you heard; words by W. W. 
Iteid, music by B. D. Ackley [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. [14702 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430476; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Haydn (Franz Josef) Menuetto; 
from symphony no. 11, by J. Haydn, 
transcribed by Edwin Arthur Kraft 
[of U. S.]; organ. (St. Cecilia 
series, no. 100) [14703 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
191 S; E 430360; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

He commissioned me; hymn; words 
and music by H. G. Bailev [of 
U. S.] [14704 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429733; Hillary G. Bailey, 
Anderson, Ind. 



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He pardoned a rerel like me; words 
anon., music arr. by Thoro Harris 
[of U. S.] [14705 

© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429525; William B. Rose, 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
musical harmony and arrangement] 

He's done his rit ; words by A. F. 
Bergere, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14706 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430200; 
Albert Francis Bergere, New Haven, 
Conn. 

He's just a common private soldier; 
words and music by Walter Fryburg 
and Cyrille Lamar [of U. S.] [14707 
© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1918 ; 
E 432335; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
San Francisco. 

He's sadder now ri t t wiser, is the 
Kaiser ; words by I. L. Baer, music 
by Edgar Rollman [of U. S.] Bal- 
timore, Md., Baer & Rollman. [14708 
© Aug. 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
E 429820; Isaac Lefever Baer, Bal- 
timore. 

He's well worth waiting for ; words 
by Garfield Kilgour. music bv Harry 
Von Tilzer [of U. S.] [14709 

© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; 
E 430531 ; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Health (A) to Uncle Sam; words 
and music by E. E. Wall [of U. S.] 

[14710 
© lc. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429638; 
Etha E. Wall, Boston. 

Heart of love enfolding all; words 

by William H. Clark, music by Ella 

Southworth Clark [of U. S.] [14711 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918 ; 

E 429521 ; William B. Rose, Chicago. 

Hearts and flowers (Coeurs et 
fleurs) ; duo by Theo. M. Tobani, arr. 
by Zarh Myron Bickford [of U. S.] ; 
mand. [14712 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 
E 429692; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hearts of the world ; words and mu- 
sic by A. F. Peale [of U. S.], arr. by 
Fred T. Fleming [of U. S.] [14713 
© lc. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430291; 
Alice Frances Peale, Arlington 
Heights, Mass. 



Heaven is not far away ; hymn, words 
by J. T. Price, music by J. G. Dailey 
[of U. S.] [14714 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1918 ; 
E 429872; James Thomas Price, 
Camden, Del. 

Hebridean sea-reivers' song. See 
Piano lyrics from the Hebrides, bk. 
III. 

Heigh ! ho ! march ; bv Walter Rolfe 
[of U. S.] ; piano. (Riddles and 
rhymes, no. 15445) [14715 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 432091; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Hello; by Steven Robert Henry and 
D. Onivas [pseud, of D. Savino of U. 
S.l, arr. by Domenico Onivas; in- 
strumental sc. [14716 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432134; 
Henry R. Stern and Domenico Sa- 
vino, New York. 

Hello Central, give me Washington ; 
words and music by I. Steele [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[14717 
© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
191 S: E 429929; Irwin Steele, To- 
ledo, O. 

Hello girlie; from In and out, words 
by Collin Davis, music bv Jos. E. 
Howard [of U. S.] [14718 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429814; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Helping the men to fight: words by 
J. P. Blakelock, music by Joseph 
Tabrar [of Great Britain] [14719 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 4216S2; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Hemy's scale and arpeggio manual; 
a supplementary course to Hemy's 
royal modern pianoforte tutor, with 
extended five-finger exercises and 
studies, ed. by G. K. Clutsam [of 
Great Britain] ; no. 1, English fin- 
gering. [14720 
© July 23. 191 S; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918: 
E 421541; Metzler & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Here is the flag you sent over; 

words bv J. Harvey, music by B. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [14721 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918: E 430646; 

John Harvey, Uion, N. Y. 



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14740 



Here's a stitch ; words by Winnifred 
Mac Gowan, music by Louise Clarke 
[of U. S.] [14722 

© Aug. 29, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432223; Candela pub. co., 
Oakland, Cal. 

Here's to the U. S. navy ; a song in 
slang, words and music by C. M. 
Buck, music arr. by C. M. Buck and 
D. Cromhurst [of U. S.] [14723 

© 1 c. July 18, 1918; E 427931; 
Carrie Morgan Buck, Seattle. 

Here's to you, fighting men ; words 
and music by M. Baker [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [14724 
© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429903 ; Mabel Baker, Schell 
City, Mo. 

Here's to your health in tea ; from 
Shanghai, words by Harry B. Smith 
and W. Cary Duncan, music by Isi- 
dore Witmark [of U. S.] [14725 
© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 430601 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Heroes ; words by H. L. Givens, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14726 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430259; 
H. L. Givens, New Castle, Va. 

Heroes of earth, sea and air; words 
and arr. by B. Purnell, music by 
J. P. Knight [of U. S.] [14727 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430095; 
Benjamin Purnell, Benton Harbor, 
Mich. 

•Hervelois (Caix d') Sonate; de C. 
d'Hervelois. arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens. nos. 398, 362) 1. Yioloncelle 
et piano, la mineur. 2. Violon et 
piano, la mineur. [14728, 14729 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421810, 421841; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Hide not Thou Thy face; by Zinga- 
relli, arr. by H. Rush [of*U. S.] ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo series, no. 
513) [14730 

© Sept. 1, 1917: 2 c. Sept. I!. 
191S; E 432429 ; Tullar-Meredith CO., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new introduction, reharmonization 
and phrasing] 

91 



Himno a mi p atria; letra y musica 

de Josefa Aguayo de Ventura [of 

Porto Rico] [14731 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; 

E 430538; J. Laza & co., San Juan, 

Porto Rico. 
Hip, hip, hoorah for our Red cross 

nurses ; words and music by I. M. 

Cassel [of U. S.] [14732 

© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1918 ; E 430191 ; Isi- 

dor M. Cassel, Miami, Fla. 

Hip, hip, hooray boys ; words and mu- 
sic by W. P. Hershey [of U. S.] 

[14733 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1918; E 430500; 
Willard P. Hershey, Walla Walla, 
Wash. 

His last message from France ; 
words by M. Huber, music by Her- 
man M. Hahn [of U. S.] ; medium 
voice. [14734 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429940; Mary Huber, Ft. 
Wayne, Ind. 

Historical organ-recitals v. Ill ; by 
Handel, Mozart and masters of the 
18th and 19th centuries, coll., ed. 
and annotated by Joseph Bonnet [of 
France, domiciled at New York] 

[14735 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1918; E 430516; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

collecting, editing and annotating] 

Hoist up the flag boys ; words by M. 

Summerton, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [14736 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 43033C; 

Maud Summerton, Hesperia. Cal. 

Hold 'em back till we get there, 

that's all ; words and melody by 

Jack Frost [of U. S.] [14737 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 191S; E 429643; 

Frank K. Root & CO., Chicago. 

Hold the line; hymn, words by Fran- 
cis M. Moore, music by H. G. Bailey 
[of U. S.] [14738 

© Aug. 22. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916: E 429735; Hillary G. Bailey, 
Anderson, Ind. 

words and music by A. M. Wors- 

ley [of U. *.] [14739 

© 1 c. July 2. 1918; E 432273; 

Alice Major Worsley. Tucson. Ariz. 

Hold the line boys; words by M. 
Calnan, music by E. s. s. Hunting- 
ton [<»r r. s.] U4740 
© 1 c Aug. 22. 1918; E 430214; 
Michael Calnan, Roxbury, Mass 



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Holding the line for liberty; words 

by J. E. Crowley, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [14741 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; E 430222 ; 

James Edward Crowley, Brooklyn. 

Home and freedom ; words and music 

by Helen Sealy [of Great Britain] 

[14742 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 

E 421683; Newman pub. co., ltd., 

London. 

Home! boys, home; marching song, 

words by H. W. Noyes, music by 

A. B. Swan [of U. S.] [14743 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918; E 430456; H. W. Noyes and 

A. B. Swan, San Francisco. 

Home (The) coming; words by S. A. 
Gorrissen, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14744 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430208; 
Susan A. Gorrissen, Dallas. 

Home life ; from Look who's here, 
words by Harry B. Smith, music by 
A. Baldwin Sloane [of U. S.] [14745 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432230; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Hopak ; words tr. from the Russian 
of L. Mey by Constance Purdy [of 
U. S.], French version by Rodolphe 
Gaillard, music by Modest Mous- 
sorgsky; in F min. [14746 

© Apr. 3, 1918; 2 e. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429S29; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
English translations] 

Hopeful Sammies ; words and music 
by H. de la B. Sohm [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [14747 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429905; Helen de la Barre 
Sohm, Woodstock, 111. 

Hot foot ; one step and buck dance in 
stop time, by M. L. Lake, arr. by 
Zarh Myron Bickford [of U. S.] ; 
steel guit. solo, with steel guit. and 
ukulele ace. [14748 

© July 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
3918; E 429691; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Hotch potcii ; selection, by A. Em- 
mett Adams and Frederick W. Chap- 
pelle [of England], selected and arr. 
by Henri Jaxon [of England] ; 
piano. [14749 

© July 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421503; Ascherberg. Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 



Hote (L') ; fleur de houblon, seul, de 
Edmund Missa, arr. par Heugel [of 
France] ; violon. 4to. (Les collec- 
tions du menestrel : selecta violon 
suel, 5 8 recueil, no. 113) [14750 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aus. 17. 
1918 ; E 421765 ; Heugel et cie, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment | 

How did the Yanks get a CB08SJ 
words and melody by Chas. R. Mc- 
Carron and Carey Morgan [of 
U. S.] [14751 

© 1 c Aug. 21, 1918; E 429760; 
Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

How do you do Mr. McAdoo ; words 
by Willie Weston and Herman 
Ruby, music by Mike Bernard Tof 
U. S.] [14752 

© Aug. 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 429660; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

How I WON MY CROIX DE GUERRE; 

words by O. J. Franke, music by E. 
Creech [of U. S.] [14753 

© 1 c Aug. 16, 1918; E 429544; 
Oliver J. Franke, & Ernie Creech, 
Chicago. 

How lovely is Thy temple; anthem, 
words anon, music by W. H. Donne, 
arr. by J. Williams [of U. S.] ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. (Octavo 
series, no. 525) [14754 

© Jan. 9, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 432430; Tullar-Meredith co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonic revision, new organ 
score and phrasing] 

Huckleberry pie ; words by Bert Han- 
Ian, music by Con Conrad [of U.S.] 
[14755 
© Aug. 26. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 24. 
1918; E 430315; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co.. New York. 

Humming-top. See In toyland. 

Hurrah for America; words by F. 

Felten, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14756 

© 1 c. Aug. 28. 191S: E 429937; 

Frances Felten. Cementon, N. Y. 

words by F. Felter, music bv E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [14757 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429608; 

Frances Felter, Cementon, N. Y. 

Hurrah for Gen'bal Pershing and 

his men : words and music bv M. 

Sargent [of U. S.] [14758 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432160; 

Marian Sargent, Lincoln, Neb. 



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14776 



HUKEAH FOR UNCLE SAMMY AND OUR 
GRAND OLD STAERY FLAG; WOrdS by 

R. O'Shaughnessy, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14759 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430205; 
It. O'Shaughnessy, St. Louis. 

Hurry ; by Otto Langey [of U. S.] ; 
orch. (Music for the photoplay, no. 
4.) [14760 

© July 11, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429825; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Hymn for peace ; words by A. T. 

Light, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [14761 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E. 430173; 

Anna T. Light, Liberal, Kan. 

Hymn of freedom ; sestet or chorus, 
words by Natalie Curtis Burlin, mu- 
sic from an old negro spiritual, coll. 
and recorded by N. O. Burlin [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, piano ad lib, 
(Svo choruses no. 6760) [14762 

© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1918 ; 
E 430514; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
words, arrangement and recording of 
music] 

I AM COMING BACK TO KANSAS ; WOrdS 

and music by N. B. Smirl [of U. S.] 

[14763 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 

1918; E 432374; Nellie Blanche 

Smirl, Ellsworth, Kan. 

I AM LONGING FOR MY HOME SWEET 

home ; words bv A. Gunns, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14764 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430226; 
Albert Gunns, Tacoma. 

I am the boss ; from Very good Eddie, 
words and music by Melville Gideon 
[of England] [14765 

© July 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 421539 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

I am the good Shepherd ; words from 
John 10: 14-16, music by Odessa D. 
Sterling [of U. S.] [14766 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432363; Sterling pub. co., 
Seattle. 

I CAN ALWAYS FIND A LITTLE SUNSHINE 

in the Y. M. C. A. ; from Yip-yip- 
Yaphank, words and music by I. 
Berlin [of U. S.] [14767 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
191S; E 429900; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 



I can't stop making love to you; 
words by E. H. Knopf, melody by 
Bareut W. Williams [of U. S.] 

[14768 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430450; 
Edwin H. Knopf, New York. 

I could not do without Thee ; by W. 
Berwald [of U. S.] 1. Sacred duet, 
sop. and ten. — alto and baritone. 2. 
Anthem, mixed voices. (Octavo ser- 
ies, mixed voices sacred, no. 1256) 
[14769, 14770 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
28, 1918; E 432003, 432004; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co., Boston. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

I'd love to have love come to me; 
from Up in the air, words by 
Michael Corper and Waldo C. Twit- 
ched, music by Arthur M. Fournier 
[of U. S.] [14771 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
191S; E 430599; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

I don't know what it is, do you; 
from the revue Hotch potch, words 
by W. R. Titterton, music by A. 
Emmett Adams [of England] [14772 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421502 ; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

I don't think it matters, do you; 
words by Jean Bently, music by 
Harry Stogden [of Great Britain] 
[14773 
© Aug. 7. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421685; Newman pub. co., 
ltd.. London. 

I HAD TO SURRENDER TO VIRGINIA ; 

words by Sidney D. Mitchell and 
Howard Rogers, music by Archie 
Gottler [of U. S.] [14774 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2S, 
1918; E 430354; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

I hate to give trouble; from Tabs, 
words by Ronald Jeans, music by 
Ivor Novello [of England] 

[14775 
© July 15. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
191 S; E 421705: Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

I heard the voice of Jesus. See Vol- 
unteer choir, v. 5, no. 11. 

I JUST WONDER WHY NOBODY CARES FOR 

me; words by L. P. Holteen, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.l Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[14776 
© July 31. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918: E 430439; Leonard P. Hol- 
teen, Houston. 



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I like it, I like it ; from Tlie girl be- 
hind the gun, words by P. G. Wode- 
house. music by Ivan Caryll [of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York] [14777 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429907; Chapped & CO., ltd., 
London. 

I like New Yoijk ; from Everything, 
words by R. H. Burnside and J. L. 
Golden Lof U. S.], music by K. P. 
Weston and Harry Bedford. New 
York. T. B. Harms & Francis, Day 
& Hunter. [1477S 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S; E 4322G8; R. H. Burnside & 
John L. Golden, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on American ver- 
sion.] 

I'll be a Sammy's sweetheart ; words 
by F. M. Blackwell, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[14779 
© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
191S; E 430399; Floyd M. Blackwell. 
Carl Junction. Mo. 

I'll he back with you every night; 
words and music by C. R. Wiltz [of 

U. S.| [14780 

© 1 c. Sept. 7. 1918; B 432314; 
Catherine Reis Wiltz, Wenona, 111. 

I'll be fondly waiting fob you ; words 
and melody by F. King [of U. S.] 

[14781 
© 1 c. Aug. 20. 1918; E 432315, 
Frank King, Key West, Fia. 
I'll he true to you and the Red, 
White and Blue; words by G. Wet- 
zelberger, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14782 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918; E 429000; 
George Wetzelberger, Baltimore. 
I'll ever wear you. my golden star: 
words and music by A. Mae Kerr 
[of U. S.] [14783 
© 1 c. Aug. 2. 1918; E 430310; 
Avelyn M. Kerr, Milwaukee. 
I'll fight FOB THE U. S. A. ; words and 
music by D. E. Bennett [of U. S.] 

[14784 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 
1918; E 432378; Dot E. Bennett, 
Lansing. Mich. 
I'll send my love in the starry dif- 
fer ; words by Emma Louise Gillette, 
music by A. A. Putnam [of U. S.] 

[14785 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 4297S2 ; 

Alvina Agusta Putnam, Los Angeles. 



I'm a lanky Yankee Doodle man ; 

words by J. E. Lynan, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [14786 

© 1 c. Sept. 3. 1918: E 432157; 

James E. Lynan, Lawton, la. 

I'm a long lean lanky devil just as 
devilish as I can be; woids by L. 
Kendrick, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of l'. S.] |147S7 
© 1 c. Sept. 0, 1918; E 430702; 
Leyland Kendrick, Augusta, Ga. 

I'.M ALWAYS HAPPY WITH A CROWD OF 

girls; from Look who's here, words 
by Harry B. Smith, music by A. 
Baldwin Sloane [of U. S.] [14788 
© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 C Sept. 3. 
1918; E 432226; T. B. Harms & 
Francis. Day & Hunter, New York. 

I'm bound for old Berlin; words and 
music by D. Jackson [of U. S.] 

[14789 
© 1 c. Aug. 28. 191S; E 429988; 
Donald Jackson, Providence. K. I. 

I'm dying to dance with Oscar ; from 
the farce He didn't want to do it. 
words by Geo. Broadhurst, music by 
Silvio Hein [of D. 8.] [14790 

© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918: E 42<)703; T. B. Harms ,v< 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I'm glad I live in Dixie; words by 
B. M. Hale, music by Daniel Em- 
mett |of U. S.] [14791 

© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918: E 4:!2:;<;<;: Bryant Mclntyre 
Hale, Lincoln, Kan. 

I'm qoin' to fight my way rtght back 

to Carolina : words and music by 
Billv Baskette and Jessie Sniess | of 
U. S.l [14792 

© Aug. S. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21. 1918 j 
E 429705: McCarthy & Fisher, inc., 
New York. 

I'M going RACK TO MASSACHUSETTS ; 

words by J. Hannon and I. Hainni, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington I of 
U. S.] [14793 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E d.^rjr.l ; 
Joseph Hannon >.V Irving Hamm, 
Wesl New York, N. J. 

I'M GOING TO BE A LEADER IN THE NAVY; 
words by K. B. O'Rourke, music by 

L. A. Kerwin and K. B. OKourke 
[Of C S.] 114794 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E -4_".is34; 
Lewis A. Kerwin and Kate F.eirno 
< >'Rourke, Los Angeles. 



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I'm having the time of my life; 
words and music by Herbert Rule 
and Terry Sullivan [of England] 

[14795 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421562; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I'm longing just to meet yotj; 
words and music by Frederick Day 
[of England] [14796 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421563; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

I'm looking for a pal; words by W. 

Birkett, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14797 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429575; 
Wm. Birkett, New York. 

I'm not afraid ; words and music by 
J. B. Lutz [of U. S.] [14798 

© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918 ; E 429511 ; Joseph B. Lutz, In- 
dianapolis. 

I'm satisfied to step aside ; words by 
L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by Walter 
Donaldson [of U. S.] [14799 

© Aug. 16, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429540; Gilbert & Fried- 
land, inc., New York. 

I'm sitting alone by the window ; 
words by E. Grandsen, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14800 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 191S; E 430215; 

Elvina Grandsen, East Orange, N. J. 

I'm starving for the want of love; 

words by J. D. Frank, music by 

Frank Gillen [of U. S.] [14801 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; E 430138; 

Joseph D. Frank, New York. 

I'm traveling to the grave; negro 
spiritual, arr. by Harvey B. Gaul [of 
U. S.]. (Nine negro spirituals, no. 
9) [14802 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 
E 432253; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

I'm troubled in mind ; negro spiritual 
from Tenn., arr. by Harvey B. Gaul 
[of U. S.] (Nine negro spirituals, 
no. 4) [14S03 

© Sept. 4. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 
E 43224S; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 



I'm writing to my soldier boy over 
there ; words and music by G. Goff 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delinar music 
co. [14804 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429921; Grace Goff, Ro- 
chester, N. Y. 

I MET THE GOOD SHEPHERD ; Set to tune 

Ashland, words by Edward Caswall, 
music by L. M. Smith [of U. S.] 

[14805 
© May 28, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 429873; Lucia May Smith, 
Brookline, Mass. 

I never knew ; words by Alice Wright 
Morgan, music by Robert Hunting- 
ton Terry [of U. S.] [14806 
© Sept. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1918 ; E 432435 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

I never raised my boy to be a soldier, 
but; words by H. G. Mayes, music 
by Richard Ferber [of U. S.] (Cover 
title: I didn't raise my boy to be a 
soldier— but!) [14807 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. July 31, 
1918; E 429428; Herbert G. Mayes, 
Burlingame, Cal. 

I REALLY CAN'T MAKE MY FEET BEHAVE ; 

from The passing show of 1918, 
words by Harold Attericlge. music 
by Sigmund Romberg and Jean 
Schwartz [of U. S.]. [14808 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 430116; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

I SHALL SEE THE KlNG SOME DAY ; 

words and music by F. A. Clark [of 
U. S.] ; quartette cho. [14S09 

© Aug. 10. 191S; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
191S ; E 432302 ; F. A. Clark, Phila- 
delphia. 

I too am going home ; words and mu- 
sic by E. B. White [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, White pub. co. [14S10 
© Aug. 17, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
191S; E 429749; Edward B. White, 
Chicago. 

I've a system ; from The girl behind 
the gun, words by P. G. Wodehouse, 
music by Ivan Caryl 1 [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at New York] 

[14811 
© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c An- 27, 
1918; E 429972; Chappell & co.. ltd., 
London. 



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I've made my trip aceoss, have you; 
words by D. Rosenthal, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14812 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430658; 
David Rosenthal, Gulfport, Mass. 

I WANT A SOLDIER BOY TO CORRESPOND 

with me. See Somewhere in 
America. 

I WANT MY BOY TO GO WITH THE REST 

and do his very best ; words by G. R. 
Bateman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14813 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430261; 
Goldie R. Bateman, Du Bois, Pa. 

I WANT TO BE A FLYING FIGHTER FOR THE 

U. S. A. ; words by A. D. Paradies, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [14814 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430196; 
A. D. Paradies, Jamaica, N. Y. 

I WANT TO GO TO WAR WITH DADDY J 

words and music by L. G. Brown 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [14815 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429926 ; Lucy Carroll Brown, 
Pittsburgh. 

I WANT YOU IN MY GARDEN ; WOl'ds by 

Edward Lockton, music by Eugenie 
Parton [of Great Britain] ; in E 
flat. [14816 

© Aug. 7. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421688; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

I WILL DIE FOR MY COUNTRY WHILE 

fighting for you ; words and music 
by R. Teague [of U. S.] [14817 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430695; 
Roie Teague, Framingham, Mass. 
I will exalt Thee, O Lord ; trio, 
words anon, music by Cuthbert Har- 
ris [of Great Britain] ; women's 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 724) 

[14818 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug, 28, 
1918; E 421896; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 
I will take Him as Saviour; words 
by E. E. Hewitt, music by D. Ward 
Milam [of U. S.] [14819 

© Aug. 5, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1918 ; E 432323 ; Charlie D. Tillman, 
Atlanta. 

I WISH I HAD A THOUSAND SONS TO 

fight for U. S. A. ; words by J. 
Powers, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14820 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430684; 
J. Powers, Landing, N. J. 



I WISH THAT I WERE ONLY BACK IN 

loveland ; words and melody by J. 
E. Gillespie [of U. S.] [14821 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 432259; 
James Edward Gillespie, Philadel- 
phia. 

I WISHT I WAS A SOLDIER LIKE MY 

daddy, too; words by M. M. Huber, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [14822 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429597; 
Myra Maynard Huber, Newark, N. J. 

I WONDER IF SHE'S STILL THE SAME OLD 

girl; by Morison [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [14S23 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1918 ; 
E 430131; Musicians supply co., 
Boston. 

Idle hands ; words by Francis M. 
Moore, music by H. G. Bailey [of 
U. S.] [14824 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429734; Hillary G. Bailey, 
Anderson, Ind. 

If a body love a body; words and mu- 
sic by H. A. Lovelace [of U. S.] 

[14S25 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430264; 
H. A. Lovelace, Brewton, Ala. 

If I could paint her picture in the 
sky; words by Edgar Bateman, mu- 
sic by Charles Collins [of England] 
[14826 
© July 5, 1918 : 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 : 
E 421506; Francis. Day & Hunter, 
London. 

If I had only you : words and music 
by A. B. Bradford [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Delmar music co. [14S27 

© Aug. 20. 191S; 2 c Aug. 27, 
191S; E 42992.",: Alice B. Bradford, 
Quindaro, Kan. 

If love be mine ; words by Lilian Grey, 
music by Brenda Gayne [of Ens- 
land] [14828 
© July 5. 1918: 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; 
E 421564; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

II LOVE COULD BEING YOU HOME; Words 

by Edward Lockton, music by H. 
Lyall Phillips [of Great Britain]; 
in G. [14S29 

© July 31, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26. 
1918; E 421SS0: Metzler & co. (1909) 
ltd., London. 



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14846 



If the folks back home could only 
see me now ; words by Geo. Graff, 
jr. and Leo Marsh, music by Bert 
Grant [of U. S.] [14830 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 430357; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

If you can't do much, do as much as 

you can ; words and music by R. 

Freeman [of U. S.] [14831 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430323; 

Ray Freeman, Meyersdale, Pa. 

If you could love Jesus as He loves 
you; words by W. G. Poole, music 
by Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S.] 

[14832 
© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432279 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Ikey Cohn and the hui.a. See Mu- 
sical setting for choice confections. 

Improvisation ; by W. W. Livingston 

[of U. S.] ; pf., in G flat. [14833 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 

191S; E 432359; W. W. Livingston, 

New York. 

In a Bedouin camp; by Lynnel Reed 
[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[14834 
© Aug. 15, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 19, 
191S; E 429731; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

In a mission cloister ; by Roland Dig- 
gle [of U. S.] ; organ. (California 
suite, no. 3) [14835 

© Aug. 20, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429756; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

In a quaint old fashioned garden ; 
words and arr. by A. L. Gallman, 
melody by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher of U. S.] [14836 

© 1 c. Aug. 20. 1918; E 430160; 
Anna L. Gallman, Mendon, O. 

In an old-fashioned garden ; by Por- 
ter Steele, arr. by John N. Klohr 
[of U. S.] ; arch. 4to. [14837 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
191S; E 429844; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

In April ; words by Harvey M. Watts, 

music by William Moore [of U. S.] 

[1483S 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432069; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 



In April-time; words by Frederick 
Enoch, music by Ciro Pinsuti, ed. by 
Walter H. Aiken [of U. S.] ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Willis collection no. 
186) [14839 

© Aug. 19, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918; E 430348; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

In dear old Chinatown ; words and 
music by R. C. Young [of U. S.] 

[14840 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1918 ; E 429530 ; R. C. Young music 
co., Columbus, O. 

In melody-land; selection on famous 
Italian operatic airs, arr. bv Julius 
S. Seredy [of U. S.] ; full orch., with 
pts. for full mand. orch. arr. by 
Louis Tocaben [of U. S.] [14841 
© July 28. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
191S; E 429664; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

In no-man's land ; words and music 
by Brayton Vanderwater [pseud, of 
M. B. Vanderwater, of U. S.] 

[14842 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 430312; 
Mary Brayton Vanderwater, Chi- 
cago. 

In old Japan ; ballade, words by W. E. 
Henley, music by Cecil Forsyth [of 
England, domiciled at New York] ; 
male voices. 4to. (Part-songs for 
male voices, no. 4523) [14843 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 : 
E 427925; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

In old Versailles ; from Ziegfeld's 
follies 1918, words by Gene Buck, 
music by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] 
[14S44 
© Aug. 19. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 20. 
1918; E 430179; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

In Paris ; words by Myrtle M. 
Schwartz, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington [of U. S.] [14S45 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430202; 
Mrs. James P. Schwartz, Saskatoon, 
Canada. 

In Shanghai ; from Shanghai, words 
by Win. Gary Duncan, music by Isi- 
dore Witmark [of U. S.] [14846 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2S, 
191S ; E 429992 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



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In the daisy field ; by Milton D. 
Blake [of U. S.] ; pf. (In summer, 
no. 15429) [14847 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 e. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432038; Tlieo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

In the hills of old Virginia; words 
by A. Gunns, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [14848 

© Aug. 22, 1918; E 430223; Al- 
bert Gunns, Tacoma. 

In the hush of the twilight hour; 
words anon., music by Adam Geibel 
[of U. S.] [14849 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432052; Tlieo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

In the palace of rest; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by D. B. 
Towner [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[14850 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430491; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

In the pale moonlight. See Musical 
setting for choice confections. 

In the South ; intro : Alabama shuffle, 

by R. S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; pf. 

(Folk dances, no. 15330) [14S51 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432073; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 
In the swing ; by Milton D. Blake 

[of U. S.] ; pf. (In summer, no. 

1542G) [14S52 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432035; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

In Thine own way ; words and music 
by E. A. Herman [of U. S.], arr. by 
Victor Maves ; medium high. Mil- 
waukee, E. A. Herman pub. co. 

[14853 
© July 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429656; Emma A. Herman, 
Milwaukee. 

In this hour so solemn. See Verdi 
(Giuseppe) 

In toyland; six short teaching pieces, 
by N. Louise Wright [of U. S.] ; 
piano, first grade. Contents: 1. 
Jack-in-the-box. 2. The rocking- 
horse. 3. The music-box. 4. The 
humming-top. 5. The Japanese doll. 
6. Bedtime. [14854 

© Aug. 15, 1918;; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429538; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



L\ una selva oscuba. Sec Caplet 
(Andre) Quatre poemes. 

In Yankee Doodle land ; words and 
music by Art Williams [of U. S.] 

[14858 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432356; A. F. Williams, 
Sierra Madre, Cal. 

In your eyes ; words by Grant Clarke, 

melody by Leo Edwards [of U. S.] 

[14S56 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 191S; E 432022; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

In 1960 you'll find Dixie looking 
just the same; words by Sidney I ». 
Mitchell, music by Archie Gottler 
[of U. S.] [14857 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 432342: Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 
Inch song ; negro spiritual from West 
Va. coll. and arr. by Harvey B. Gaul 
[of U. S.] (Nine negro spirituals. 
do. 1) [14858 

© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 : 
E 432245; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 
Ingratitude; words by W. Birkett, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington |of 
U. S.] [14859 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 191S; E 42!).>74 ; 
Wm. Birkett, New York. 
Inquilino (L') del pbimo piano; vcrsi 
<!i Tony Ferrazzano. musica di N. N. 
[of Italy, domiciled at Newport, 
N. Y.] ; canto e mandoline. 4to. 

[14800 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1!>, 

1918; E 42!>U42; Italian book CO., 

inc., Now York. 

Inspiration (L') de Jeanne la pu- 

celle. (The inspiration of Joan 

the virgin) ; words by E. V. Malla- 

by, melody by R. A. Browne [of U. 

S.] [14861 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 42974.1; 

Elodie Van Zandt Mallaby, Sharon, 

Conn. 

Interpretation studies ; by Franz C. 

Bornschein [of U. S.] ; pf, junior 

grades. [14862 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432040; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Into the great unknown; words by 

Pat Paterson, music by Cuthhert 

Clarke [of Great Britain] [14863 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 

E 42100s; Newman pub. co., ltd., 

London. 



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14880 



Into the night ; words by S. D. Kim- 

berland, music by B. Dunn [of U. S.] 

[14864 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432136; 

Sidney Dale Kiniberland and Billy 

Dunn, St. Louis. 

Introduzione e fuga; a due soggetti, 

di Amilcare Zanella [of Italy] op. 

67; pf. [14865 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421635 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Invitation (An) ; words by Beatrice 
Hubbell-Plummer, music by E. J. 
Polak [of U. S.] ; low. New York, 
Polak studio. [14866 

© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430728 ; Emil J. Polak, New York. 

Invocation a. Maeie, pour la France. 
See Saint-Requier (L.) Deux invo- 
cations populaires nouvelles. 

Invocation atj sacre coeur de Jesus. 
See Saint-Requier (L.) Deux invo- 
cations populaires nouvelles. 

Iris. See Mascagni (Pietro) 

Irish love song; words adapted by 
Katberine Hinkson (Katherine 
Hinkson Tynan), music a London- 
derry air, arr. bv J. M. McLaugblin 
[of U. S.] [14S67 

© Aug. 16, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1918; E 430555; James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Irishman (An) was made to love 
and fight ; words by J. W. Bratton, 
music by Jos. H. Santly [of U. S.l 

[14868 
© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; 
E 430548; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Is there any room in your heart for 

me; words and music by W. Becker 

[of U. S.] [14869 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429632; 

William Becker, Forest Park, 111. 

IS YOUR HEART IN FRANCE TO-DAY ; 

words and music by Mrs. A. E. Bur- 
chett [of U. S.] [14S70 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918; E 429630; 
Mrs. A. E. Burchett, Granville, N. D. 
It'll be ntce to get back HOMEl 
again; words by Arthur E. Carthy, 
music by Cuthbert Clarke [of Great 
Britain] [14871 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aim. 13, 
191S; E 421701; Newman pub. CO., 
ltd., London. 



It's a beautiful world, since I fell 

in love with you ; words and music 

by J. S. Booth [of U. S.] [14872 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430326; 

James S. Booth, Jamestown, N. Y. 

It's a long long way from the U. S. 
A. ; one step and march, intro : When 
I come back to you, by Langton 
Marks and Eileen Summers, arr. 
by Harold Bishop [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [14873 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1918, ; 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; E 432026 ; 
Cary & co., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

It's a long, long way to somewhere 
in France ; words by F. M. D'Auby, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American mu- 
sic pub co. [14874 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430412; Florence May 
D'Auby, Birney, Mont. 

It's a long way back ; words and mu- 
sic by P. A. Smith [of U. S.] 

[14875 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 429840; 
Paul A. Smith, East Weymouth, 
Mass. 

It's a picture of a soldier boy that 
drives the blues away; words by 
G. L. Strait, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [14876 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429790; 
G. L. Strait, Winsted, Conn. 

It's for the world's liberty; words 

and music bv A. R. Michel [of U. S.] 

[14877 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430227; 

A. R. Michel, Lamar, Col. 

It's got to be done ; words by Clifford 
Harris and Valentine, music by .Tas. 
W. Tate [of England] [14S7S 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421567; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

It's love that makes Old Glory 
wave ; words by V. Swahn, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14S79 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429.'02 : 

Victoria Swahn, Racine, Wis. 

It's nobody's business rut my own ; 

words by Marshall Walker, melodv 

by W. E. Skidmore [of U. S.] 

1 1 1880 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 429S35 ; 
Will E. Skidmore, New York. 



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It's Polly too Fronsay; words and 
music by C. Wood [of U. S.] [14881 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 191S: E 429870; 
Chester Wood, Lansing, Mich. 

It's the boy, boy, boy ; words by W. R. 
Unglish, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [14882 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430232; 
W. It. Uunglish, Watsonville, Cal. 

It's up to you and me and the boys 
across the sea ; words by I. J. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [148S3 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429605; 
Iva J. Smith, Minneapolis. 

It shall be done; words and melody 

by A. B. Pooley [of U. S.] [14S84 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 430327; 

Alexander Bruce Pooley, Macon, Ga. 

It takes a long tall American boy 
to make the Kaiser lay his big 
guns down ; words by M. S. Barney, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [14S85 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 191S; E 429570; 
Moses S. Barney, Columbia, S. C. 

It was different so different al- 
mighty different too ; words and 
music by A. Mae Kerr [of U. S.] 

[14SS6 
© 1 c. Aug. 2. 191S; E 430309; 
Avelyn M. Kerr, Milwaukee. 

Ivory palaces ; words and music by 
Henry Barraclough [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [14SS7 

© Dec. 21. 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430475 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

J'entends dans le lointain. See Om- 
bres. 

Jack-in-the-box. See In toyland. 

Jacqueline valse ; by Donalda Rouil- 

lard [of Canada] ; piano. [14SS8 

© July 25, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 7. 1918 ; 

E. 421589; D. L. Marion, Montreal, 

Canada. 

January — garnet ; words Jessica 
Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] ; vocal or instrumental. 
(Birthday jewels, no. 15406) 

[14SS9 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432097; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Japanese doll. See In toyland. 



Jasmine : by Brian Hope, arr. by Al- 
bert W. Ketelbey [of England] ; 
orch. with piano conductor. 4to. 

[14890 
© Aug. 9, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1918; E 421641; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 
Jazz band blues ; words by Roger Gra- 
ham and Walter Hirsch, melody by 
James White [of U. S.] [14891 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 191S; E 432222; 
May Hill, Chicago. 
Je vous salue Marie; de Jacques 
Chanaud [of France] ; sop. avec 
l'acc. d'orgue, harpe, violon, violon- 
celle et choeurs obliges. 4to. 

[14S92 

© Apr. 16. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 1, 

1918; E 421532; Hachette et cie., 

Paris. 

Jerusalem you're calling me; words 

bv Harrv D. Kerr, melodv by O. 

Motzan [of U. S.] [14S93 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430374; 

Otto Motzan, New York. 

Jesus' love; hymn, words by F. E. 

Roush, music by Haldor Lillenas [of 

Norway, domiciled at Auburn, 111.] 

[14894 

© Aug. 19. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 

1918; E 4301S4; Frank E. Roush. 

Lynchburg, O. 

Jesus, shepherd of the sheep; 

hymn-anthem, words by Anne 

Cooke, music by C. S. Briggs [of 

U. S.] ; mixed voices. (Octavo 

series, no. 1250) [14S95 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 2S, 

191S ; E 4299S5 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston . 

Jesus, still lead on ; duet, words by 

N. L. von Zinzendorf, tr. by Jane 

Borthwick, music by E. S. Hosmer 

[of U. S.] ; sop. and baritone. 

[14896 
© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S; E 43205S; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Jesus the very thought of Thee : 
hymn, words by E. Caswall, music 
by D. B. Towner [of U. S.] : male 
voices. [14897 

© Dec. 21. 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430496: Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 
Jigadeek Johnson : march, march, 
march, words and music by Seneca 
G. Lewis [of U. S.] [14898 

© Aug. 20. 191S; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
191S; E 429S02: Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



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no. 9, 1918 



14916 



John and Jonathan ; British-Amer- 
ican, overture selection, selected and 
arr. by Arthur Crudge [of Great 
Britain] ; piano. [14899 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421714 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on se- 
lection and arrangement.] 

John Geumlie ; words anon., Scottish 
air, arr. by Win. Rigby [of Eng- 
land] ; female voices. 4to. (Col- 
legiate choir, no. 291) [14900 
© July 17, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421524 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Johnny on the spot ; one step, by 
Charles J. Roberts, arr. by Louis 
Tocaben [of U. S.] ; full mand. orch. 
[14901 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429665; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

arr. by Zarh Myron Bick- 

ford [of U. S.] ; steel guit. solo with 
steel guit. and ukulele ace. [14902 
© July 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 432194; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Jolly Jack ; morceau, by Edwin 
Thornton [of England], arr. by 
Henri Jaxon [of England], orch. 
4to. (Orchestral journal of popular 
music, no. 591) [14903 

© June 25, 1918; 1 c. July 29, 
1918; E 421499; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Jolly (A) eide ; by Milton D. Blake 
[of U. S.] ; pf. (In summer, no. 
15428) [14904 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S; E 432037; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Joy (The) of meeting Jesus; words 
and music by Thoro Harris [of U. 
S.] [14905 

© July 9. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429523; William B. Rose, 
Chicago. 

Judex; valse, <»u. Valse a. Judex, de 

Clapson [of France] ; piano. Paris. 

Bourlant-Ladam. [14906 

© July 30. 1918: 1 c. Aug. 17, 

1918 ; E 421S63 ; A. Clapson, Paris. 

Jri.i.M am; ; och andra dikter, av Au- 
gustin Kock, musik av Josef Eriks- 
son [of Sweden] op. 17. Contents: 



Julimane — Continued. 
Vi spridas allt langre. — Julimane. — 
De branna oss ogonblicken. [14907 
© July 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
B 421595 ; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

June (A) night; by Mae Aileen Erb 
[of U. S.] op. 17, no. 4; piano. 
(Spring fancies, no. 4) [14908 

© Aug. 11, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918: E 432204; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

June-pearl; words by Jessica Moore, 
music by Geo. L. Spaulding [of U. 
S.] ; vocal or instrumental. (Birth- 
day jewels, no. 15411) [14909 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432101; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Jungle love song; by C. Haentjens 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [14910 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430535; 
C. Haentjens, Astoria, Or. 
Junior's (The) prayer; words and 
music by C. Klatt [of U. S.] Chica- 
go, Delmar music co. [14911 
© Apr. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1918 ; 
E 429914 ; Clara Klatt, Guthrie, Okl. 

Just a kiss from mother ; words by 
P. A. Seddon, music by Harry 
Alonzo Schuster [of U. S.] Camden, 
N. J., Merger music pub. co. [14912 
© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918 ; E 432271 ; P. A. Seddon & H. 
A. Shuster, Gloucester. 

Just a little girl in Dixie; words 
and melody by A. H. Kramer [of 
U. S.] [14913 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430177; 
A. H. Kramer, Dugger, Ind. 
Just a word of cheer from a girl 
like you; words by M. T. Jones, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [14914 

© 1 c. Aug. 16. 191S; E 4295S7 ; 
Milton T. Jones, Quinby, Ya. 
Just as I love you; words by J. Mac- 
kenzie, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [14915 
© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 43(1436; John MacKenzie, 
Arrow River, Man.. Canada. 
Just before the drive, mother ; 
words by Mrs. II. Coy. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[14916 
© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430688; 
Mrs. Herbert Coy, Alpena. Mich. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Just for to-day ; words anon., music 
by J. Truman Wolcott [of U. S.] 

[14917 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432113; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Just for you soldier boy; words by 
A. Baruch, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14918 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430257; 
A. Baruch, New London, Conn. 

Just one thought — one kiss ; words 

and music by C. Haentjens [of U. S.] 

[14919 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430536; 

C. Haentjens, Astoria, Or. 

Just say you'll be true. See Some- 
where in America. 
Just send your boy off with a smile ; 
words by E. Rea Potter, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14920 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430637; 
Eleanor Potter, Foxboro, Mass. 

Just what a girl can do ; from 
Look who's here, words by Harry B. 
Smith, music by A. Baldwin Sloane 
[of U. S.] [14921 

© Sept. 11, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918; E 432404; T. B. Harms, & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Kaiser (The) and the honeybee; 
words and music by N. M. Gordon 
[of U. S.] [14922 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 429S39 ; 
Nicholas M. Gordon. Muskegon, 
Mich. 
Kaiser Bill; words by S. Creek, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [14923 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430415; S. Creek, Port Ar- 
thur, Out, Canada. 
Kaiser Bill wik-i-up; words and 
music by W. H. Stocker [of U. S.] 
[14924 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430698; 
Wm. H. Stocker, Wenatchell. Wash. 
Kaiser (The) has got to be wiser; 
words and music by E. J. Malick [of 
U. S.] [14925 

© 1 c. Aug. 16. 1918; E 429636; 
Elias J. Malick, Waterville. Me. 
Kaiser (The) of the Huns; words 
and music by H. A. Schaefer [of 
U. S.] [14926 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430302; 
Henry A. Schaefer. Rochester, N. Y. 



Kaiser (The) the cause of starva- 
tion ; words and music bv N. M. 
Gordon [of U. S.] * [14927 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 429S3S ; 
Nicholas M. Gordon, Muskeson, 
Mich. 

Kaiser's (The) dream; words and 
music by R. Bevington Lynn [of 
U. S. I Los Angeles, Cal., Mission mu- 
sic pub. co. [1492S 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430378; A. E. Millier, Los An- 
geles. 

Kaiser's (The) final bawl; words 
and music by G. C. Anderson [of 
U. S.], arr. by George T. Ecklund [of 
U. S.] [14929 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429855; 
George C. Anderson, Springfield, 111. 

Kaiser's (The) finish; words and 
music by S. P. Johnson [of U. S.] 

[14930 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430459; 
Samuel Paige Johnson, Grand Forks, 
N. D. 

Kaiser's (The) message; words by 
N. M. Gordon, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [14931 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S ; E 430393 ; Nicholas M. Gordon. 
Muskegon, Mich. 

Kate of Appledene; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Arthur E. 
Godfrey [of Great Britain] ; in C. 

[14932 
© July 31, 191S; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 421886; Metzler & co., 
(1909) ltd., London. 

Katie darling ; words by W. A. King. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [14933 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; E 43062S ; W. 

A. King, Johnstown, Pa. 

Keep a little cosey corner in your 
heart for me ; words by Mrs. C. J. 
Hendricks, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [14934 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429580; 
Mrs. C. J. Henricks, Oakland, Cal. 

Keep Old Glory waving : words by 

Mrs. A. V. Pitcher, music by J. A. 

Baird [of U. S.] [14935 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429tU4'; 

Mrs. A. V. Pitcher, Goshen, N. Y. 



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no. 9, 1918 



14954 



Keep old Liberty's light still burn- 
ing; words by L. A. Boss, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14936 
:© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430700; 
Lewis A. Boss, Augusta, N. J. 

words by L. A. Boss, music by 

John A. Allen [of U. S.] [14937 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430527; 
Lewis A. Boss, Augusta, N. J. 

Keep on following on behind ; words 
and music by Percy Edgar, Medley 
Barret, and T. W. Thurban [of Eng- 
land] [14938 
© Aug. 14, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 421865; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Keep on smiling; from Sometime, 
words by Rida Johnson Young, mu- 
sic by Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] 

[14939 
© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432299; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Keep the honob of the old flag 
bright ; words by G. H. Carry, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[14940 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429626; 
George H. Carry, Seattle. 

Keep the love-fires glowing; words 

by C. Strang, music by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [14941 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432164; 

Catharine Strang, Canton, O. 

Keep the old flag flying; by C. 
Davis, arr. by Otto Merz [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. Pittsburgh, Liberty mu- 
sic co. [14942 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1918 ; 
E 429S37 ; Cliff Davis, Pittsburgh. 

Keep the old town gay; words and 
music by J. Coyne [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [14943 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429904; Jack Coyne, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Keep up America ; words by J. T. 

West, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14944 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430664; 

James T. West, Chicago. 

Keep your eye on Uncle Sam ; words 

and music by M. M. Speik [of U. S.] 

[14945 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 429783; 

M. Margaret Speik, Glendale, Cal. 



Keep your eye on Uncle Sam — Con. 
Los Angeles, R. W. Heffelfin- 

ger. [14946 

© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1918 ; E 432322 ; M. Margaret Speik, 

Glendale, Cal. 

Khaki; words by R. Johnson, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[14947 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430626; 

Ruth Johnson, Bellevue, Tex. 

King (The) of love my shepherd is; 
words by Henry W. Baker, music by 
Francis Hope [of England] ; in E 
flat. [14948 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421511; Swan & co., Watson & 
Wilcock, ltd., London. 

King Solomon and King David ; en- 
core song, words anon., music by 
James Francis Cooke [of U. S.j 

[14949 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432048; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Ki6to ; oriental intermezzo, by F. Hor- 
rocks Spokes [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. (Rainbow series of popular 
music, no. 39) [14950 

© Aug. 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918 ; E 421898 ; Orpheus music pub. 
co., London. 

Kis (A) hamis ; Hungarian musical 
comedy in one act, book, lyrics and 
music by S. Von Fiizy [ of Hungary, 
domiciled at Cleveland] ; vocal sc. 
with conductor. [14951 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; D 39867; 
Stephen Yon Fiizy, Cleveland. 

Kiss me and see if I care ; words and 

music by B. L. Hammond [of U. S.] 

[14952 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430209; 

Barbara Livingstone Hammond, 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Kisses ; valse d'amour, by John S. 

Zamecnik [of U. S.] ; piano. [14953 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

191S; E 430446; Sam Fox pub. co., 

Cleveland. 

Kitchen (The) cop; words by W. Mc- 

Dougall. music by Philip Boutelje 

[of U. S.] [14954 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 191S; E 430541; 

Walt McDougall, Camp Meade, Md. 



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14955 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Knights of liberty advancing ; words 

by Ada Kyle Lynch, music by J. E. 

Nurnberger [of U. S.] [14955 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430461; 

J. E. Nurnberger, Healdsburg, Cal. 

Knocking the Kaiser; words and 
music by J. P. White [of U. S.] 

[14956 
© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432370 ; J. P. White, Peoria, 111. 

Krakowiak. See Arabian night. 

Kummer (F. A.) Otto grandi studii 
(Eight grand studies) ; di F. A. 
Kummer, op. 44, revisione di Giu- 
seppe Magrini [of Italy] , violon- 
cello con ace. di un secondo violon- 
cello ad lib. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 
45) [14957 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421613; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Lad o'er the sea; words and music 
by Gertrude Wilson [of U. S.] 

[14958 
© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429797; Harold Flammer, 
inc., New York. 

Lad (The) of her dreams; words and 
music by T. B. Stevenson [of U. S.], 
arr. by Harry P. Guy [of U. S.] 
Detroit, Mich., Charles R. Quay. 

[14959 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429954; Thomas B. Steven- 
son, Flint, Mich. 

Lafayette, the boys are here; 

words and melody by W. Margerum 

[of U. S.] [14960 

© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918; E 432254; 

William Margerum, Newark, N. J. 

Laguna; words by William Burr, 
music by Daphne Hope [of Great 
Britain] [14961 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421671; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Lake isle of Innisfree. See Butler 
(Walter) Four Irish lyrics. 

Land army ; march, words by Ridge- 
wood unit, music by N. Brandreth 
[of U. S.] New York, J. F. 
Schroeder. [14962 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21. 
191S; E 429768; Nina Brandreth, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 



Land (The) of home sweet home; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Robina Gregory [of Great Britain] 
[14963 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421713; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Land (The) of liberty; words and 

music by F. R. Parker [of U. S.], 

arr. by Harry L. Alford [of U. S.] 

[14964 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429850; 

Frederick R. Parker, Chicago. 

Land (The) of romance; from Every- 
thing, words by R. H. Burnside and 
J. L. Golden, music by Wm. M. 
Daly [of U. S.] New York, T. B. 
Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter. 
[14965 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 432267; R. H. Burnside & 
John L. Golden, New York. 

Land of the shamrock ; intro : Irish 
reel, bv R. S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; 
pf. (Folk dances, no. 15332) [14966 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S; E 432075; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Lanette waltz ; intro : Laverne waltz, 
by H. Benne Henton, arr. by H. F. 
Odell [of U. S.] ; full mand. orch. 
[14967 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429661; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Larghetto. See Mozart (Wolfgang 
Amadeus) 

Largo et gigue ; de J. B. SenaillS, arr. 
par J. Salmon [of France] (Oeuvres 
d' auteurs anciens, no. 374, 410) 1. 
Violoncelle et piano. 2. Violon et 
piano. [14968, 14969 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421756, 421795; Society 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Laudate Dominum ; paroles anon., 
musique de Jacques Chanaud [of 
France] ; 2 voix egales et orgue, ou 
choeurs avec l'orgue et harpe. 4to. 
[14970 
© Apr. 16. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421530; Hachette & cie., Paris. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1918 



14986 



Laughabet (The) ; an operetta in one 

act, words by Anna Bird Stewart, 

music by Harold Vincent Milligan 

[of U. S.] ; children's voices. 4to. 

[14971 

© Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 429528; G. Schirmer inc., New 
York. 

Laughing voices ; by Mae Aileen Erb 

. [of U. S.] op. 17, no. 6; piano. 

(Spring fancies, no. 6) [14972 

© Aug. 11. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 432206; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Lawd (The) is smilin' through the 

do' ; words and music by John Alden 

Carpenter [of U. S.] ; medium voice. 

[14973 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 430518; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Lee (Ernest Markh am) Six marches; 
by E. M. Lee [of Great Britain] ; pf. 
Contents: Our colonials. — Gay Gor- 
dons. — Processional. — Scouts' march. 
Trumpet march. — Quick-step. 

[14974 
© June 12, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421742; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

Lee (Sebastiano) 12 duetti ; di S. Lee, 

op. 36 a 40, revisione di Giuseppe 

Magrini [of Italy] ; due violoncelli. 

[14975 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421603 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Legende pour violoncelle, de Jacques 

Chanaud [of France] ; avec. l'acc. 

d'orgue et harpe. 4to. [14976 

© Apr. 16, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 1, 

1918 ; E 421533 ; Hachette & cie, Pa- 



Let every one know ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by D. B. Towner [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. [14977 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430483 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Let everything praise the Lord; har- 
vest anthem, words from the Bible, 
music by Caleb Simper [of Great 
Britain] ; organ, mixed voices. 4to. 
[1497S 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 421542 ; Weekes & co., London. 



Let Jesus come in; hymn, words by 
Ida A. Guirey, music by C. S. Brown 
[of U. S.] [14979 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432277; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Let me build a little pence around 
your heart ; from In and out, words 
by Collin Davis, music by Joseph E. 
Howard [of U. S.] [14980 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429815; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Let's all go raving mad ; from Tails 
up, words by Hugh E. Wright, music 
by Philip Braham [of England] 

[14981 
© June 25, 1918; 1 c. July 29, 
1918; E 421496; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Let's all swat the Kaiser; words 
and music by L. M. Carr [of U. S.] 
[14982 

© 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; E 430503; 
Lucius Michael Carr, Washington 
C. H., O. 

Let us gather around Old Glory; 
words by J. McCarthy, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[14983 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430417; John McCarthy, 
Manzanillo, Cuba. 

Let us keep the glow in Old Glory ; 
words by Mrs. M. Coffing, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[149S4 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430225; 
Mrs. Marshall Coffing, Williamsport, 
Ind. 

Let us make hay while the sun 
shines; from Little Miss 1918, 
words and music by R. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee [of England] [149S5 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421565; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Let us now pear the Lord our God; 
harvest anthem, words anon., music 
by Arthur M. Goodhart [of Eng- 
land] 4to. [14986 
© Aug. 9, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 421642; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 



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Letter (A) from France; or, I'll love 
you twice as well my dear for hav- 
ing been away, words and music by 
W. Brenneman [of U. S.] [14987 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430210; 
Wayne Brenneman, Cerro Gordo, III. 

Letter (A) from someone you love; 
words and music by G. G. Hallberg 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music 
co. [14988 

© Aug. 20, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429910; Georgie G. Hall- 
berg, San Francisco. 

Letter (A) to mother from her sol- 
dier boy; words by E. Baumberger, 
music by W. Morris [of U. S.] 

[149S9 
© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918 ; E 429832 ; Win. Morris and E. 
Baumberger, Detroit. 

Liberty ; a patriotic song, words by 
C. C. Stern, music by T. M. Wil- 
liams [pseud, of W. M. Treloar, of 
U. S.] [14990 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28. 
1918; E 432020; Charles Conrad 
Stern, St. Louis. 

Liberty and freedom ; words by T. 

Lyons, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14991 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430217; 

Thomas Lyons, Chicago. 

Liberty calls to you; set to tune 

Dixieland, words and arr. of melody 

by G. Turnbull [of U. S.] [14992 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 429784; 

Gertrude Turnbull, Pipestone, Minn. 

Liberty day ode ; words and music by 
Mrs. M. C. Steindorf [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [14993 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429923; Mrs. M. C. Stein- 
dorf, Dallas. 

Liberty for one for all for-ever ; 
military march song, words by Al- 
bert Kennedy, music by W. Wolff 
[of U. S.] [14994 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432133; 
Walter Wolff, New York. 

Liberty (The) glide; from In and 
out, words by Collin Davis, music 
by Jos. E. Howard [of U. S.] [14995 
© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
191S ; E 429816 ; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Liberty shall win the day; words 

by S. Storar, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [14996 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430107; 

Sarah Storar, Red Lodge, Mont. 



Liberty (The) wagon; words and 
music by J. Ashman [of U. S.] 

[14997 
© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432354; James Ashman, 
Cairnbrook, Pa. 

Liberty waltz; by J. Bodewalt 

Lampe [of U. S.] ; piano. [14998 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1918; E 430112; Jerome H. Reinick 

& co., New York. 

Liberty's banner; words by O. G. 

Curtis music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [14999 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430661; 

Omer G. Curtis, Nitro, W. Va. 

Liebestraum ; by L. E. von der Lieth 
[of U. S.] op. 61; cello or violin, 
piano ace. [15000 

© 1 c. May 13, 1918; E 429502; 
Leonore E. von der Lieth, Los An- 
geles. 

Life is like a rainbow. See Field 
(Almon C.) Melodies. 

Life without love ; words by Elias 

Lieberman and Gus Blum, melody 

by W. R. Johnson [of U. S.] [15001 

© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1918; E 430513; 

Walter R. Johnson, New York. 

Lift up your heart; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Arthur 
Rosse [of Great Britain] [15002 
© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
191S; E 421694; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Lightly and sprightly; by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Riddles 
and rhymes, no. 15448) [15003 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432094; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Like the loyal sons of Dixie, La- 
fayette, we answer thee; words 
and music by H. W. Gassman [of 
U. S.], arr. by Max Brownold [of 
U. S.] [15004 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430529; 
Harry Word Gassman, Roanoke, Va. 

Likes (The) of they; words by A. P. 
Herbert, music by C. A. Lidgey [of 
Great Britain] [15005 

© July 29, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1918 ; E 4215S8 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Lily gavotte; by Donalda Rouillard 

[of Canada] ; piano. [15006 

© July 18, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 

E 421590; D. L. Marion, Montreal, 

Canada. 



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no. 9, 1918 



15024 



Lina; mazurka, melodie, di Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn, N. Y.] [15007 

© 1 c. Sept. 10, 1918; E 432325; 

Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Linda Lou; Liza Jane's sister, words 
and music by Ben Black [of U. S.] 

[15008 
© Sept. 3, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918 ; E 432173 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Listen to the angels shouting; 
negro spiritual, arr. by Harvey B. 
Gaul [of U. S.] (Nine negro spir- 
ituals, no. 6) [15009 
© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1918; E 432250; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Liszt (Franz) Reves d'amour 
(Liebstraume) ; de Fr. Liszt, rev. 
par S. Riera [of France] ; piano S. 
deux mains (Edition classique, no. 
9586. Contents : I er nocturne.— II rae 
nocturne. — III me nocturne. [15010 
© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421767; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

Little birdie take this message; 
words by H. L. Kiser, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15011 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430686; 
H. L. Kiser, Spokane, Wash. 
Little (A) child's flag; words and 
music by E, Podhola [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delmar music co. [15012 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429909; Emil Podhola, 
Manitowoc, Wis. 
Little China maid; maid in China, 
words and music by Vaughn de 
Leath [pseud, of L. E. von der Lieth 
of U. S.] [15013 
© 1 c. Mar. 2S, 191S ; E 429503; 
Leonore E. von der Lieth, Los An- 
geles. 
Little girl from my home town ; 
words by W. Lazarus, music by 
Fred Albert Reynolds and W. Laz- 
arus [of U. S.], arr. by W. Lazarus. 
[15014 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 191S; E 432255; 
William Lazarus, Rochester, N. Y. 
Little gold star; words by Will M. 
Maupin, music by J. A. Parks [of 
U. S.] ; high and medium. [15015 
© Aug. 29. 1918; 2 c. each Sept. 
3, 1918; E 432192; J. A. Parks co., 
York, Neb. 



Little (The) grass-grown street; 
words by Fred G. Bowles, music by 
Arthur F. Tate [of England] ; B 
flat. [15016 

© July 19, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421515; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Little (The) herds girl; by Walter 
Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. (Riddles 
and rhymes, no. 15442) [15017 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432089; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little Mollie Malone; words by D. 

Johns, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [15018 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; E 430656 ; D. 

Johns, Des Moines. 

Little mother in the Red cross pa- 
rade; words by D. Amsden, music 
by Estelle Drummond Swift [of U. 
S.] [15019 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E430369 ; 
Dora Amsden, Berkeley, Cal. 

Little robin redbreast; by Wm. H. 
Potstock, arr. by J. S. Seredy [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. with pts. for full 
mand. orch. arr. by L. Tocaben [of 
U. S.] [15020 

© June 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19. 
1918; E 429669; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Little (The) ships; words by Ber- 
nard Moore, music by Wilfrid San- 
derson [of Great Britain] ; no. 1 in 
C. [15021 

© July 9. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 421651 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Little sister Rose-Marie ; words by 
Adelaide Crapsey, music by Ralph 
Cos [of U. S.] ; sop or ten., alto or 
bar. [15022 

© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
28, 1918; E 432006; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Little (The) spot that God forgot; 

words and melody by Leo Woods [of 

U. S.] [15023 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430155; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Little world of gladness ; words by 
Lillian Glanville, music by H. Bayn- 
ton-Power [of Great Britain] 

[15024 
© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421719; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 



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15025 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Loeillet (J. B.) Sonate; de J. B. 
Loeillet, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, 
nos. 400, 401, 364, 365) 1. Vio- 
loncelle et piano, sol raajeur. 2. 
Violoncelle et piano, la mineur. 3. 
Violon et piano, sol niajeur. 4. Vio- 
lon et piano, la mineur. 

[15025-15028 
© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421834, 421835, 421840, 
421843 ; Soeiete anonyme des edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Loeschhorn ( Albert ) 12 pezzi ffie- 
lodi e caratteristici (12 melodic and 
characteristic pieces) ; di A. Loesch- 
horn, op. 51, nuova edizione riveduta 
da Ernesto Marciano [of Italy] ; pf. 
a quattro mani ad uso dei princi- 
pianti. obi. Svo. (Edizione Ri- 
cordi, no. 38.) [15029 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421619; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Loin ; di Vincenzo Billi [of Italy] op. 
332; piano. [15030 

© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421631 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Londonderry air [and] Molly on 
the shore; two famous Irish airs, 
by Rene Armand [of Great Britain] ; 
pf. [15031 

© June 20, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421743; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization and arrangement] 

Longing ; by M. L. Rollins [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [15032 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429508; 

Mary Lynn Rollins, Little Rock, Ark. 

oriental waltz, by P. Urban [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [15033 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429639; 
Paul Urban, Fort Sill, Okl. 

Look away; comic song and dance 

sketch, story and music by J. B. 

Thomas [of U. S.] [15034 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; D 19865; 

Jessie Beattie Thomas, Anna, 111. 

Lopez rag ; by J. R. Lopez [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [15035 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432381; J. R. Lopez, Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

Lord is greatly to be praised. See 
Volunteer choir, v. 5, no. 11. 



Lord (The) is King; anthem, words 
from the Bible, music by Frances 
McCollin [of U. S.] ; organ, four 
mixed voices. 4to. (Church music 
review no. 507) [15036 

© Aug. 16, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 430141; H. W. Gray CO., 
New York. 

Lord (The) is my light; words anon., 
music by Geo. F. Hamer [of U, S.] 
1. High voice, low voice. 2. Mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 1251) 

[15037. 15038 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
28, 1918; E 429981. 429983; Arthur 
P. Schmidt co., Boston. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 
Lord (The) of Glory; part-song, 
words by Louis F. Benson, music 
by H. Alexander Matthews [of U. 
S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Church music review no. 505) 

[15039 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430284; H. W. Gray CO., 
New York. 

Lord (The) will provide; hymn, 
words and music by H. G. Bailey 
[of U. S.] [15040 

© Aug. 22. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429737; Hillary G. Bailey, 
Anderson, Ind. 
Lord's (The) prayer; set to music by 
Odessa D. Sterling [of U. S.] 

[15041 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432365; Sterling pub. co., 
Seattle. 
Loris ; country dance, by Frederic L. 
Hatch [of U. S.] ; pf. [15042 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432051; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Lost; from Tabs, words by Ronald 
Jeans, music by Ivor Novello [of 
England] [15043 

© July 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1918; E 421706; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 
Lost in the night; words and music 
by S. K. Wheatlake [of U. S.] 

[15044 
© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429514; Samuel Kennedy 
Wheatlake, Denver. 

Lounge lizard Lucius; words and 

music by Raymond Moore [of U. S.] 

[15045 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430287; 

Arthur Hadley, Somerville, Mass. 



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15062 



Love (The) fob a soldier brother; 
words by P. D. Becker, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15046 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430235; 
Philip D. Becker, Butte, Mont. 

Love has come to me ; from The bub- 
ble girl, words by Henry Blossom, 
music by Uda Waldrop [of U. S.] 

[15047 
© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432283 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Love in season ; words and arr. by 
G. E. Bishop, melody by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [15048 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430159; 
Grace E. Bishop, Washington. 

Love sleeps (L'amour s'endort) ; 
words and music by R. Goltman [of 
Canada] [15049 

© May 8, 1918; 1 c. July 26, 
1918; E 421644; Reba Goltman, 
Montreal, Canada. 

Love (A) song just at evening; 
words and melody by Bob Chamber- 
lin [of U. S.], ace. by Christine 
Schirmann, arr. by Hans Pospischil 
[of Germany, domiciled at Chicago] 
[15050 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 432139; 
Nellie Chamberlin Held, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

Love (A) suite; by M. L. Lake [of 
U. S.] ; full orch. Contents : The 
lovers. — Dance capriccioso. — Love's 
lament. [15051 

© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429675; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

military band. 4to. Con- 
tents: The lovers. — Dance capric- 
cioso. — Love's lament. [15052 
© Aug. 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
191S; E 429686; Carl Fischer. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Loveland it's up to you; words and 
music by W. J. Faucher [of U. S.] 
Providence, R, I., Eastern music co. 
[15053 
© July 1, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1918 ; E 432138 ; William J. Faucher, 
Providence, R. I. 

Lovebs (The.) See Love suite. 



Love's afterglow ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Arthur F. Tate 
[of Great Britain] ; in F. [15054 
© July 31, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 421884 ; Metzler & co. (1909) 
ltd., London. 

Love's flame; words and music by 
O. I. Janke [of U. S.] Chicago, Del- 
mar music co. [15055 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429920; Olive Irene Janke, 
Grafton, W. Va. 

Love's lament. See Love suite. 

Love's magic gaeden ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Edward St. 
Quentin [of Great Britain] ; in D. 
[15056 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421675 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Love's sweetest melody; words and 
music by W. Speck [of U. S.] 

[15057 
© Jan 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 430522; Wm. 
Speck, Bloomfield, Conn. 

Lulaby to the soldiers ; words by M. 
E. Deschesnes, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [15058 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429607; 
Mary Elyse Deschesnes, Biddeford. 
Me. 
Lullaby; words by Irene Rutherford 
McLeod, music by C. G. Heintzman 
[of Canada], arr. by Leo Smith. 

[15059 
© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432290 ; Cornelia Gerhard Heintz- 
man, Toronto, Ont., Canada. 

Mac's (The) and the O's ; words 
anon., music by Eugene Bonn [of 
U. S.] [15060 

© Aug. 24. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 191S ; 
E 432165 ; Holy name cadets, Cedar 
Rapids, la. 

Maiden fancies ; valse. by George 
Dudley Martin [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[15061 
© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S; E 432066; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Maiden's (A) evening prayer ; words 
and arr. by K. M. Murphy, melody 
by M. Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel 
Fisher of U. S.] [15062 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 101S; E 430167; 
Kathleen M. Murphy. New Philadel- 
phia, O. 



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Mammy's (A) pkayer; words by Her- 
bert J. Brandon, music by Bayly 
Ransom [of Great Britain] ; in F. 

[15063 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1918 ; E 421864 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Many mothers have given ; words by 
P. J. Gauvin, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [15064 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430665; 
Philip Joseph Gauvin, Olneyville, 
R. I. 

Marais (Roland) Sonate; de R. Ma- 
rais, arr. par J. Salmon [of Prance] 
(Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, nos. 
402, 366) 1. Violoncelle et piano, ut 
majeur. 2. Violon et piano, ut ma- 
jeur. [15065. 15066 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918 ; E 421833, 421S39. Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 
Marcello (Benedetto) Sonate; de B. 
Marcello, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] ; violon et piano. (Oeuvres 
d'auteurs anciens, nos. 367-370). 1. 
Sol majeur. 2 Sol mineur. 3. Mi 
mineur. 4. Sol majeur. 

[15067-15070 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421789, 421791, 421802, 
421803; Societe anonyme des Edi- 
tions Ricordi, Paris. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 
■ violoncelle et piano. (Oeu- 
vres d' auteurs anciens, nos. 403-6) 
1. Sol mineur. 2. Sol majeur. 3. 
Mi majeur. 4, Mi mineur. 

[15071-15074 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421S29-421S32 ; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

March along; from the musical com- 
edy A soldier boy, words by Doug- 
las Furber, music by Frederick W. 
Chappelle [of England] [15075 

© June 28, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1918; E 421509; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

March-bloodstone; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of U. S.] vocal or instrumental. 
(Birthday jewels, no. 15408). 

[15076 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432099; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 

March democracy melody ; by W 
Weiss [of U. S.] [1507T 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918 ; E 429780 ; 
William Weiss, Great Lakes, 111. 

March militaire; by W. H. Graham 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [15078 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 

E 432371; W. H. Graham, Denver. 

March of the crusaders; by A. Nu- 
tini [of Italy, domiciled at Newark, 
S. J.] ; piano. [15079 

© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432197; Mrs. Arturo Nutini, 
Newark, N. J. 

March of the girl scouts ; words 
and melody by Lewis J. Williams 
[of U. S.l, arr. by Marguerite Van 
Fleet [of U. S.] [15080 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26. 1918 ; 
E 429S92 ; Frances M. Burk, Toledo. 
O. 

March on Americans; American mar- 
seillaise, words by Grace McKinley, 
music by Mabel McKinley [of U. S.l 
4to. [150S1 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 429S45 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Marche des diables bleus ; chanson 
marche, paroles de Ch. Audifir et E. 
Beroud, musique de Ch. Gounlin [of 
France] [150S2 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421773; Marcel Labbe, 
Paris. 

Marche funebre. See Tschaikowskv 
(Peter Iljitch) 

Marche militaire ; by Ren6 L. Becker 

[of U. S.] op. 62; organ. [150S3 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

191S; E 432034; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Marche provocante; de Paul Fosse, 
arr. par Hans Ourdine [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[15084 
© July 30, 191S; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421777; S. Chapelier, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Marching through Berlin ; words 
and music by A. G. Cone [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [15085 
© June 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429912; Alvin G. Cone, 
Waynetown, Ind. 



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no. 9, 1918 



15101 



Marching to Berlin ; words and 
music by M. Kreling [of U. S.] 

[15086 
© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 430128; Martin Kreling, San 
Francisco. 

Marching to victory; march, by P. 
Bolognese [of U. S.] ; pf. [15087 
© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432393; 
Paul Bolognese, Bronx, N. Y. 

Marie-Magdeleine. See Massenet 
(Jules Emile Frederic) 

Marionette show. See Goossens (Eu- 
gene) Four conceits. 

Marsala bella; polka, di Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] [15088 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432405; 

Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Mary and John ; words by Alfred 
Bryan and Edgar Leslie, music by 
Cliff Hess [of U. S.] [15089 

© Sept. 9, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1918 ; E 430801 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Mary, mother ; words by Nigel Drake, 
music by Reginald Hunt [of Great 
Britain] ; in A flat. [15090 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421686; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Mary, my fairy ; words by Herbert Z. 
Kip, music by Louis Adolphe Coerne 
[of U. S.] op. 112, no. 3. [15091 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432047; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Mary of Argyle ; by S. Nelson, arr. by 
W. H. Squire [of Great Britain] ; 
violoncello and pf. [15092 

© July 6, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 421652; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mascagni (Pietro) Iris; opera en 3 
actes de P. Mascagni, grande fan- 
taisie par Emile Tavan [of France] ; 
orch. avec piano conducteur. 4to. 
[15093 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421600 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Masque (The) of Illinois; words by 
Wallace Rice, music by Edward C. 
Moore [of U. S.] 4to. [15094 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918 ; E 429650 ; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. 



Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 
Marie-Magdaleine ; drame sacrg de 
J. Massenet, arr. par H. Mouton [of 
France] ; violon, piano et violon- 
celle (Les collections du Menestrel: 
l'opera concertant trios, cinquieme 
serie, no. 25) [15095 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 

1918 ; E 421819 ; Heugel et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Thgr§se ; drame musical en deux 

actes de J. Massenet, arr. par Emile 
Tavan [of France] ; piano, violon et 
violoncelle. (Les collections du 
Menestrel : l'opera concertant trios, 
cinquieme serie, no. 27] [15096 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918 ; E 421820 ; Heugel et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Mauresque. 



! Ombres. 



May each eagle represent a dove of 
peace ; words by R. E. Waddell, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[15097 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 4295S3 ; 
Ruth E. Waddell, Latham, 111. 

May-emerald ; words by Jessica Moore, 
music by Geo. L. Spaulding [of 
U. S.] ; vocal or instrumental. 
(Birthday jewels, no. 15410) 

[1509S 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432102; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

May God bless our heroes ; words by 

A. L. Sherwood, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [15099 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 4301S6; 

A. L. Sherwood, Berwick, Pa. 

May time. See Field (Almon E.) 
Melodies. 

May zephyrs ; by Mae Aileen Erb 
[of U. S.] op. 17, no. 1; piano. 
(Spring fancies, no. 1) [15100 

© Aug. 11, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31. 
1918; E 432201. B. F. Wood music 
CO., Boston. 

Maytime ; duet, by Mary Helen Brown 

[of U. S.] ; two pianos, four hands. 

[15101 

© July 30. 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 30. 

1918; E 432043; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Mazurka caprice in F. ; by T. D. 
Williams [of U. S.] ; violin and 
piano. [15102 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432080; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Me and my boy were pals ; words by 
J. L. Olp, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American musical pub. co. [15103 
© Julv 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430400 ; J. L. Olp, Roswell, 
N. M. 

Me and you; from Look who's here. 
words by Nora Bayes, music by 
Irving Fisher and Harry Akst [of 
U. S.] [15104 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432231; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Melancholy blues — the y o d l i n 
blues ; words and music by Ollie 
Debrow, Spencer Williams and J. 
Russel Robinson [of U. S.] [15105 

© June 30, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432218; C. A. Grimm, Chi- 
cago. 

Melody in F. See Rubinstein (Anton 
Gregoroviteh) 

Men (The) behind the guns; words 
and music by Mrs. A. B. Stewart 
[of U. S.] [15106 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429637; 
Mrs. A. B. Stewart, Hays, Kan. 

Men of Harlech ; tune. See Battle 
hymn of conservation. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Concerto in E minor 
for violin ; by Mendelssohn, op. 64, 
arr. by Alexander Rihm [of U .S.] ; 
piano ace. (Schirmer's library, v. 
1171) [15107 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15/ 
1918; E 430103; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Oeuvres d'orgue ; de Mendelssohn, 

op. 37, 65, rev. par. Ch. M. Widor 
[of France] obi. 8vo. (Edition 
classique, no. 9513) [15108 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421779; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 



Mendelssohn-Bartholdy — Continued. 

On wings of song ; by Mendels- 
sohn, trans, by T. Lehmann [of U. 
S.] ; violin and piano. [15109 
© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 432219; Theodore Leh- 
mann, Brooklyn. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Menuet; de J. B. Senaille, arr. par J. 
Salmon [of France] (Oeuvres d' 
a u tours anciens, no. 375, 411) 1. 
Violoncelle et piano. 2. Violon et 
piano. [15110, 15111 

© July 30, 191S ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421757, 421796; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

de Luigi Boccherini, arr. par J. 

Salmon [of France] sol [majeur. 
(Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, no. 349, 
385) 1. Violoncelle et piano. 2. 
Violon et piano. [15112, 15113 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421754. 421790; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Menuet a l'antique; solo, by Ignaz 
J. Paderewski, op. 14, no. 1, trans, 
by Vahdah Olcott-Bickford [of U. 
S.] op. 63; guit. [15114 

© July 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 429679 ; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Menuetto. Sec Haydn (Franz Josef) 

Merry moments ; by Mae Aileen Erb 
[of U. S.] op. 17, no. 3; piano. 
(Spring fancies, no. 3) [15115 

© Aug. 11. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 432203; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Message (A) from home, to our boys 
out there; words by Jane Over- 
ton, music by Gerald Ames [of 
U. S.] ; in F. [15116 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430385 ; Laclede pub. co., St. 
Louis. 

Message (The) in the bottle from 
the sea; words and music by W. E. 
Skidmore and Clyde Hooper [of 
U. S.] Kansas City, Mo., Skidmore 
music co. [15117 

© Aug. 29, 1918; 2 c. Ausr. 29. 
1918; E 430372; Will E. Skidmore. 
Kansas City. Mo. 



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15133 



Message of the service flag. See 
Message of the service star. 

Message (The) of the service star; 
words and music by W. W. Smith 
[of U. S.] Chicago, Smith bros. 
(Inside titie: Message of the service 
flag) [15118 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 5, 
1918; E 429112; Wesley Warren 
Smith, Chicago. 

Midnight visit to the sacred 
" shrines ; a flute monody [and] Part- 
ing song on leaving the shrines: a 
Zunian ritual, Indian and English 
text, recorded by Carlos Troyer [of 
U. S.] [15119 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432109; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on recording and transcribing] 

Milady graceful; gavotte roccoco, by 
Leo Oehmler [of U. S.] op. 110; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[15120 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 429878; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Military march (Marche militaire) ; 
by Emil Steinegger [of U. S.] ; pi- 
ano. [15121 
© July 12. 1918; 2 c. July 19, 
1918; E 429785; Etta S. Lund, San 
Francisco. 

Military scene; by Christopher 
CVHare [of U. S.] ; orch. (Music 
for the photoplay, no. 10) [15122 
© July 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432210; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Millions, billions ; patriotic march 
sons, words and music by Mrs. C. H. 
Toby [of U. S.] [15123 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918 ; E 429843 ; Mrs. Charles Henry 
Toby, Springvale, Me. 

Mine host of the village inn ; 
words by Percy Edgar and Reg. 
Low. music by Harry Stogden [of 
Great Britain] [15124 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918: E 421681; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Mine was a marriage of conven- 
ience; from Ziegfeld follies 1918, 
words by Gene Buck, music by Louis 
A. Hirsch [of U. S.] [15125 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
191S ; E 430344 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



Miss Yeomanette; words and music 
by Harry Reichman [of U. S.] 

[15126 
© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432395; 
May B. Brilliant, San Francisco. 

Mistakes of the Kaiser; words by 

A. J. Styles, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15127 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429563; 

Asa J. Styles, Esmond, N. D. 

Mister Moon, how is everthing on 
no man's land ; words by Sidney D. 
Mitchell, music by Cliff Hess [of 
U. S.] [15128 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 430358; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

MlZPAH ANTHEM OF AMERICA. See 

Your prayer and mine. 

Molly on the shore. See London- 
derry air [and] Molly on the shore. 

Mon secret ; valse lente, de Louis Gil- 
bert [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[15129 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421721; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Mon tresor; medley fox trot, arr. by 

J. Woof Gaggs [of England] ; piano. 

[15130 

© Aug. 14, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 421866; E. Osborne & co., 

ltd., London. 

Monkey (The) man; words by Ed- 
mund Vance Cooke, music by Dor- 
othv Lee [of U. S.] ; high in A flat, 
low in E flat. [15131 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
29, 1918; E 430448; Sam Fox pub. 
co., Cleveland. 

MONSTRA NOBIS VIAM ( SllOW US the 

way) ; a hymn of the victims, words 
by Charles Frederic Nirdlingei\ 
music by F. C. Morley [of U. S.] 

[15132 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 191S;-E 430345; 
Francke Cullis Morley. Philadel- 
phia. 

Moon-glow ; fantasia waltz, words and 
music by C. C. Webster [of U. S.] 
arr, by Hans Kaasch [of U. S.] 

[15133 
© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E 432339; 
Charles 0. Webster, White Plains. 
N. Y. 



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Moon (The) is like a lamp of gold; 
words by Fred G. Bowles, music by 
Bert Carew [of Great Britain] 

[15134 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421698; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Moonlight in Greenwood; waltz mel- 
ody by L. I. Liggy [of U. S.] 

[15135 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430105; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Moore (J. H.) Sonnet ; by J. H. Moore 

[of Great Britain] ; pf. [15136 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 

E 421540 ; J. H. Moore, % Cary & co., 

London. 

Morning (A) prayer; words and arr. 
by E. Ward, melody by M. Du Frerre 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher of U. S.] 

[15137 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430163; 
Earl Ward, Warren, Pa. 

words by William H. Foulkes, mu- 
sic by C. W. Laufer [of U. S.] 

[15138 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 432014; Calvin W. Laufer, 
New York. 

Morris dance. See German (Edw.) 
Three dances from Henry VIII. 

Most all of him back ; words and mu- 
sic by A. Rudy [of U. S.], arr. by 
Hector Gorjux [of U. S.] [15139 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429979; 
Abraham Rudy, San Antonio. 

Mother dear we'll come a' marching 
back to you; words by C. C. Brig- 
ham, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [15140 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 191S ; 
E 430425 ; Cecile C. Brigham, Janes- 
ville, Wis. 

Mother, flag and home; words and 
arr. by S. K. Reasar, melody by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher 
of U. S.] [15141 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430165; 
Stella K. Reasar, Brazil, Ind. 

Mother good-bye; words by Edward 
Moray, music by A. Galvan [of San 
Domingo, domiciled at New York] 

[15142 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429720; 
Antonio Galvan, New York. 



Mother grey and aged; words and 
music by W. Hedlind [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Delinar music co. [15143 
© May 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429915 ; Walter Hedlind, St. 
Johns, Or. 

Mother I am coming home; words by 

F. Wilkinson, music by John Wesley 
Newton [of U. S.] [1.1144 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432122; Frank Wilkinson, 
Buffalo. 

Mother is praying for you ; words by 
S. E. Watts, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15145 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 4295G1 ; 
Sarah E. Watts, Newport, R. I. 

Mother mine, she's just like you; 
words and music by Vaughn Comfort 
[of U. S.] [15146 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429771; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Mother, my sweetheart true; words 

and music by H. R. Smith [of U. S.] 

[15147 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429633; 

Howard R. Smith, Washington, Pa. 

Mother oh ! mother of mine ; words 
by F. Sasse and W. Dester. music by 
Arthur H. Weberbauer [of U. S.] 

[15148 
© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430746; 
William Dester and Frank Sass6, 
Newark, N. J. 
Mothers' (The) offering; words and 
music by M. White-Rudgers [of 
U. S.] mixed voices with solo and 
quartet. [15149 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918 ; E 432352 ; Matilda White-Rud- 
gers, Youngstown, O. 

Mother's (A) prayer; words and mu- 
sic by A. L. Hamilton [of U. S.] ; in 
C. [15150 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 430346; 
Archie Lindsey Hamilton, Dayton, O. 

words and music by B. E. Young 

[of U. S.] [15151 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429722; 
Ben E. Young, Delaware, O. 

words by J. W. Moody, music by 

G. L. Smink [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 
(Octavo, sacred, no. 3413) [15152 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430267; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 



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no. 9, 1918 



15168 



Mother's (A) prayer — Continued. 

oh,, bring him safely home at last, 

words and music by C. J. Lynch [of 
U. S.] [15153 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 430146; 
Chester Joseph Lynch, Detroit. 

Mother's (A) prayer for her sol- 
dier boy ; words by Mrs. R. T. White- 
ley, music by Charles Angove 
Gregory [of U. S.] [15154 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1918, 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432221; 
Mrs. Robert Thomas Whiteley, Yea- 
gertown, Pa. 

Mother's treasure; words and music 
by J. Weinstock [of U. S.] [15155 
© 1 c. Sept. 10, 1918; E 432321; 
J. Weinstock, Venice, Cal. 

Moto perpetuo. See Paganini, (Nic- 
colo) 

Moy mell (The happy plain) ; Irish 
tone-poem, by Arnold Bax [of Eng- 
land] ; two pianos, four hands. 

[15156 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 

E 421547 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Lar- 
ghetto ; aus dem kronungskonzert, 
von Mozart, zum konzertvortrag 
gesetzt von Ign. Friedman [of Aus- 
tria] ; klavier. [15157 
© July 11, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421728; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

6 e sonate; de Mozart, Edition re- 
vue et doigtee par L. Diemer [of: 
France] ; piano, en re majeur. (Edi- 
tion nationale frangaise, no. 137) 

[15158 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 421861; Henry Lemoine & 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

revising and fingering] 

Mummy mine; words by Richard Co- 
burn, music by Vincent Rose [of 
U. S.] [15159 

© Aus:. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S; E 429997; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

Munitioner's (The) song ; from Little 
Miss 1918, words and music by C. 
Oliver [of England] [15160 

© July 5, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 191S ; 
E 42156S; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Music-box. See In toyland. 



Music for six little plays ; words by 
Wallace Rice, music by Edward C. 
Moore [of U. S.] 4to. [15161 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 429648; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. 

Musical Sam from Alabam ; words 
and music by Arthur Thomas [of 
U. S.] [15162 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432170; Mrs. Theodore 
Morse, New York. 

Musical setting for choice confec- 
tions ; words and music by Vaughan 
de Leath [pseud, of L. E. von der 
Lieth of U. S.] Contents :— Sister's 
prayer. — In the pale moonlight. — 
Won't someone teach me how to be 
a chicken. — Papa. — Ikey Cohn and 
the hula. [15163 

© 1 c. May 13, 1918; E 429504; 
Leonore E. von der Lieth, Los An- 



My baby-talk lady ; from The passing 
show of 1918, words by Harold At- 
tendee, music by Sigmond Romberg 
[of U. S.] [15164 

© Aug. 15. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918 ; E 430117 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

My Belgian rose; one step or two 
step, by Benoit Levenson & Garton 
[of U. S.], arr. by Wm. Schulz [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [15165 

© Aug. 17. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 429725 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

My bonny Jean ; words by G. F. Rass- 
mussen, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [15166 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430331; 
Gladys Fuller Rassmussen, Mis- 
soula, Mont. 

My cabin in the hills ; words and 
music by A. E. Gibbs [of U. S.] 

[15167 
© 1 c. Aug. 26. 1918; E 429897; 
Arthur Edgar Gibbs, Washington. 

My (Ami> is ix this wilderness few 
DAI s : marching song, words and 
arr. by R. F. Patterson [of U. S.], 
melody anon. [15168 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430303; 
Robert Fletcher Patterson, Pitts- 
burgh. 



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15169 



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My country, my FLAG ; words by J. T. 

McCarthy, music and arr. by May 

A. Barcus [of U. S.] [15169 

© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918; E 429800; 

John T. McCarthy, Brooklyn. 

My country needs me now ; words by 

Mrs. E. J. Williams, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15170 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429564; 

Mrs. E. J. Williams, Hereford, Tex. 

My country, oh, my country ; patri- 
otic hvmn, words by Emma L. Wulff, 
music by C. Y. Wiles [of U. S.] 
8vo. [15171 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 430359 ; Cora Young Wiles, 
Indianapolis. 

My dream moon ; words by Raymond 
Hevwood, music by Harold Leslie 
Perry [of Great Britain] [15172 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421691; Newman pub. CO., ltd., 
London. 

My Father knows ; words and music 

by F. A. Clark [of U. S.] ; quartette 

cho. [15173 

© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 

E 432303 ; F. A. Clark, Philadelphia. 

My Hawaiian dream girl; waltz, by 
Click and Gootherts [of U. S.] ; 
piano. [15174 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430383; W. A. Quincke & 
co., Los Angeles. 

My heart is thine; (Ma coeur ist a 
toi) ; valse, par Joan Paule [of 
Great Britain] ; piano. [15175 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421690; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

My heart is true to thee; words by 
E. B. White, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15176 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430427; Eliza Belle White, 
Vineland, N. C. 

My hero of the sky ; words and 
music by T. H. Meek [of U. S.] 

[15177 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429751; 
Thomas Herbert Meek, San Fran- 
cisco. 

My holiday girls ; from The passing 
show of 1918, words by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Augustus Barratt 
[of U. S.] [15178 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 430115; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



My Intercessor ; words and music by 

Ella Southworth Clark [of U. S.] 

[15179 

© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1918; E 429520; William B. Rose, 

Chicago. 

My khaki boy ; words by B. E. Mohr, 

music by Frank W. Ford [of U. S.l 

[15180 

©Aug. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; 

E 430295 ; Bertha E. Mohr, Buffalo. 

My little brown-skin girl ; words by 
Hope W. Williams, melody by B. W. 
Williams [of U. S.] [15181 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432193; 
Bareut W. Williams, New York. 

My little gypsy Wanda, won't you 
wander back to me ; words and mu- 
sic by Robert Levenson and Ted 
Garton [of U. S.] [15182 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 430089: Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co. inc., New York. 

My lovens ; words and music by K. 

Putnam [of U. S.], arr. by Quinn's 

music bureau [of U. S.] [15183 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429861; 

Katherine Putnam, San Francisco. 

My Montana home in the golden 
West; words and music by J. F. 
Murry [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [15184 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429913; Joseph F. Murry, 
Pautucket, R. I. 

My mother is praying for me ; words 
and music by J. B. Lutz [of U. S.] 
[15185 
© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918 ; 
E 429510; Joseph B. Lutz, In- 
dianapolis. 

My mother's prayer; words and mu- 
sic by T. C. O'Kane, arr. by Geo. C. 
Stebbins [of U. S.l ; male voices. 
[15186 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 20. 
1918; E 430471; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

My native land, my country GBAND, 
my U. S. A. : words by E. Baumber- 
ger, music by W. Morris and E. 
Baumberger [of U. S.] [15187 

© Aug. 19. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429833; Wm. Morris & E. 
Baumberger, Detroit. 



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no. 9, 19 J 8 



1520S 



My pretty Hawaiian baby; words 
and music by J. J. Davilla [of U. S.], 
arr. by Joseph Garron [of U. S.] 

[15188 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 430145; 

Joseph John Davilla, New Orleans. 

My sox ; by C. Jacobs-Bond [of U. S.] 
arr. bv Frank E. Barry [of IT. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [15189 

© Auk. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1018: E 432300; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 
& .sou, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 
My sweetheart is a Red cross nurse; 
words by W. A. King, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15190 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430629; 
W. A. King, Johnstown, Pa. 

My sweetheart soldier boy ; words 
bv B. W. Butler, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15191 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430421; Blanche Webster 
Butler, Stanberry, Mo. 

My wedding morn ; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Henry E. Pettier 
[of England] [15192 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; 
E 421571; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

My Yankee land ; words by Y. A. 

Springford, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.3 [15193 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432158; 

Y. A. Springford, Pine Bluff, N. C. 

Nana the fruit girl; words and mu- 
sic by S. Levey [of England] [15194 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1918 ; E 421737 ; Sivori A. J. Levey, 
London. 

Nanette; waltz, by B. de Souza [of 

Great Britain, domiciled at New 

York] ; pf. [15195 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918; E 429781; 

Barretto de Souza, New York. 

Naiti.k mio; versi e musica di Luigi 
Donadio [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; mand. ace. (Edizione Rus- 
so.no. 253) [15196 

© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; 10 42!>SXt', : .Tames B. Russo, 



Br< 



kly 



sA'rroxs' (The) caix; words and mu- 
sic bv C. R. Mover [of IT. S.] 

[15197 
© Aug. 1, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918; 
K 429805; Charles Russell Meyer, 
New York. 



Navy (The) blues; words by Alex 

Rogers, music by Lucky Roberts 

[of U. S.] [15198 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429532; 

McCarthy & Fisher inc., New York. 

Near the old abbey ; reminiscence 
by Percy Elliott [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [15199 

© June 20, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421744; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Nearer my God to Thee; words by 
Sarah Adams, music and arr. by 
A. L. Hosford [Mrs. P. A. Hosford. 
of U. S.] [15200 

© 1 c. Aug 22, 1918; E 430297; 
Anna Louise Hosford, Platte, S D. 

New and modern sonatinas ; 32 sona- 
tinas and other compositions, by va- 
rious composers, comp. by W. P. 
Mero [of U. S.] ; pf. (Presser col- 
lection, no. 271) [15201 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432030; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation] 

New (The) bell of liberty; words by 
E. E. Wilson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of TJ. S.] [15202 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430199; 
Estella E. Wilson, Lawrence, Kan. 

New (A) serenade; to the service star, 
words and music by W. H. Neid- 
linger [of U. S.] 1. High in E 
flat.— 2. Medium in C— 3. Low in B 
flat. [15203-15205 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 30, 
1918 ; E 432079, 432081, 432082 ; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 

Nigger war bride blues ; slow drag and 
trot, by Mitch Le Blanc and Jimmie 
Marten, arr. by Scott Bradley [of 
U. S.] ; band. 4to. [15206 

© Aug. 22. 1918; 2 e. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429S07; Thos. Goggan & 
bro., Houston. 

Ninon ; drame lyrique en 3 actes & 4 
tableaux, poeine d'Emmanuel Du- 
cros, musique de Frederic Le Rey [of 
France] ; livret et partition chant et 
piano. [15207 

© May 7. 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
D 19866; J. Billaud & H. Matheissen. 
Paris. 

No face like Thine ; words by Vivian 

A. Dake. music by Mary Dake Fink 

[of U. S.] [15208 

© July 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918 : 

E 429516; William B. Rose, Chicago. 



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NO ONE ELSE BUT YOU JUST YOU ; 

words by Jean Bently, music by 
Harry Stogden [of Great Britain] 

[15209 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421680; Newman pub. CO., ltd., 
London. 

Nobody knows the trouble I see, 
Lord ; negro spiritual, arr. by Har- 
vey B. Gaul [of U. S.] (Nine negro 
spirituals, no. 3) [15210 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 
E 432247 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Nobody noticed me; words and music 
by Clifford Grey and Bert Lee [of 
England] [15211 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421570: Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Nobody's business but mine; words 

and music by I. A. Miller [of U. S.] 

[15212 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 

B 43237G ; Irving A. Miller, Temple. 

Old. 

Nocturne. See Ashton (Algernon) 
Four pieces. 

Noel ; poe'sie de Theophile Gautier. 
musique de Alfred Bachelet [of 
France] ; a 2 voix, soli ou choeur. 

[15213 
© July 30, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918: E 421764; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Nothing serious ; or, I ain't got a 
tbing to worry me, words by J. A. 
Banks, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15214 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429558; 
J. A. Banks, Victoria, Va. 

Notte lunare. See Bozzetti dal vero. 

Nouveau (Le) Christ; poesie de 
Henry Bataille, musique de Sylvio 
Lazzari [of Italy] ; baryton ou 
mezzo et piano. [15215 

© May 23, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 421850; Max Eschig, Paris. 

November- — topaz ; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding 
[of IT. S.] ; vocal or instrumental. 
(Birthday jewels, no. 15416) 

[15216 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432105; Tbeo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



Now that we're married : duett, 
from In and out. words by Collin 
Davis, music by Jos. E. Howard 
[Of U. S.] [15217 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918: E 429S11; Charles K. Harris. 
New York. 

Now they're all dressed the same: 
words by Eddie McGrath, music by 
William E. Dulmage [of U. S.] 

[15218 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16. 
1918; E 429546; Eddie McGrath 
pub. co., Detroit. 

Nozze andaluse ; valzer spagnuolo, 
par Vincenzo Billi, op. 326, arr. par 
Emile Tavan [of France] ; orch. 
avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[15219 
© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421599 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Nuovo (IE) drat-t da 18 a 45; ovvero, 
La chiamata generale, versi di Um- 
berto R. Fragasso, musica del Gen- 
ua ro Caraerlingo [of Italy, domi- 
cilii at New York] [15220 
© Aug. 31. 191S; 2 c. Sept. 3. 
1918; E 430-144; Arturo Matacea, 
New York. 

O Erin I love thee; words by Peg o' 
my heart: music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15221 

© July 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1918 : 
E 429977 ; North American music 
Co., Chicago. 

O happy day; words by P. Doddridge, 
music by E. F. Rimbault, arr. by Geo. 
C. Stebbins [of U. S.] ; male voices. 
[15222 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430472; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

O my little soul's going to shine; 
negro spiritual arr. by Harvey B. 
Gaul [of II. S.] (Nine negro spir- 
ituals, no. 8) Lir.22:' 
© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 5. 1918; 
E 432252 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

O praise God in His holiness: an 
them, words from the Psalms, music 
by Mason, arr. by J. Wiliams [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Octavo series, no. 505) [15224 

© Sept. 25, 1917; 2 c. Sept. 14. 
1918; E 132-128; Tullar-Meredith CO., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on reharmonization, new organ score 
and phrasing] 



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1523* 



'O primmo reggimento ; marcia mili- 
tare, versi di Pasquale Tammaro, 
melodie di G. De Cresceuzo [of Italy, 
domiciled at New York] ; mand. ace. 
(Edizione Russo no. 249) [15225 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918: E 429884; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 

O salutabis HosxiA. See Selecta 
opera ; collection choisie, no. 7 

O 'twas love : words by Harriet H. 
Pierson, music bv D. B. Towner [of 
U. S.] : male voices. [15226 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430480; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

O we'll never turn hack till we'be 
there ; marching song, words and 
arr. by R. F. Patterson (of U. S.], 
melody anon. [15227 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430304; 
Robert Fletcher Patterson, Pitts- 
burgh. 

O welcome peace ; thanksgiving an- 
them, words from the Bible, music 
by Caleb Simper [of Great Britain] ; 
organ, mixed voices. 4to. [15228 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 
E 421543 ; Weekes & co., London. 

O ZlON THAT BRINGEST GOOD TIDINGS ; 

anthem, words anon, music by Win. 
Jackson, arr. by Joseph Marnel [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Octavo series, no. 516) [15229 

© Jan. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1918 ; 
E 432425; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
harnionization, new organ score and 
phrasing] 

Octobee-opal ; words by Jessica Moore, 
music by Geo. L. Spaulding [of 
U. S.] vocal or instrumental. (Birth- 
day jewels, no. 15415) [15230 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191 S; E 432104; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Oeuvres d'orgue. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Oh come America; words by J. Gent- 
less, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [15231 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430641; 
James (iontless, Philadelphia. 



Oh girls, when we get back; words . 
and music by M. R. Glasgow [of 
U. S.] Chicago, Delmar music co. 

[15232 
© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27 r 
1918; E 429908: Mary R. Glasgow, 
Omaha, Neb. 

Oh ! how I wish I could sleep until 
my daddy comes home; words by 
Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, music 
by Pete Wendling [of U. S.] [15233 
© Sept. 9, 1918: 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1918 ; E 430800 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder CO., New York. 

Oh ! how warm it is to-day ; front 
The girl behind the gun, words by 
P. G. Wodehouse, music by Ivan 
Caryll [of Great Britain, domiciled 
at New York] [15234 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27,. 
1918 ; E 429970 ; Chapped & co., ltd.,. 
London. 

Oh how we love you, Red, White 
and Blue; words and music by I. 
and Bernard Doyle [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, Forest Citv music publishers. 
[15235- 
© Aug. 18, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 429895; Imelda Doyle, Chi- 
cago. 

Oh, if I knew ; words and music by G. 

Carlton and P. Signore [of U. SJ 

[1523S 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 432013; 

Gerald Carlton, Brooklyn. 

Oh Johnny ; one or two step, intro : 
Oh Johnny ! oh, Johnny ! oh ! and 
Samoa, arr. by Henry E. Pether [of 
England] ; piano. [15237 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421572; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Oh Kaiser Wilhelm, oh Kaiser Wll- 
helm we're ten million strong; 
words and music by F. Conrad La- 
hah [of U. S.] [1523S 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 432261; 
Frank Lahah, Canastota, N. Y. 

Oh London where are your girls to- 
night; London in France, words and 
music bv R. P. Weston and Bert Lee 
[of England] [15239 

© July 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 : 
E 421575; Francis. Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 13 



On Mr. Wilson, President Wilson; 

words by G. H. McFarland, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington . [of U. S.] 

[15240 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429602; 

G. H. McFarland, Elmsford, N. Y. 

Oh soldier boys so true ; words by M. 
P. Kellar, music by Se Deviner [of 
I". S.] Now York. F. B. Havilaud 
pub. co. [15241 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10. 
L918; E 129759; Mary Pearce Kellar, 
Washington. 

Oh, the Union ; words by J. Mc- 
Maken, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of F. S.] [15242 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429553; 
Jennie McMaken, Toledo. O. 

Oh, think of the boys over there; 

words by Margaret A. AVills, music 

by Ed. Wills [of U. S.] [15343 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430087; 

Wills pub. house, Washington. 

Oh those vAMriBE girls ; from The 
passing show of 1918; words by 
Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg and Jean Schwartz [of U. 
S.] (Cover title: Oh you vampire 
girls) [15244 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
191S ; E 430122 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co.. New York. 

Oh Uncle Sammy we do anything 
vor say; words and music by G. 
11 Gonzalez [of U. S.] [15245 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432346; Texas music co., 
Corpus Christi, Tex. 

< m you khakis; words by Mrs. T. J. 
Claggett, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15246 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429585; 
Mrs. Thomas J. Claggett, Easton, 

Aid. 

Ohio, the pride of the Union ; solo or 
quartet, words by Mary Miles-Col- 
vin. music by Matilda White-Rud- 
gers [of U. S.] ; mixed voices. 

[15247 
© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
im«: E 432353; Colvin and Rudgers 
Youngstown, O. 

Old (The) bran pie; from Tails up, 
words by Davy Burnaby and Don- 
ovan Parsons, music by Philip Bra- 
lmm [of England] [15248 

© June 25. 1918; 1 c. July 29, 
1918; E 421495; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 



old fisherman of the mists and 
waters. See Bautock (Granville) 
Five songs from tbe Chinese poets. 

Old Glory: words and music by H. 
M. Frost [of 1". S.] [15249 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429593; 
Hilda M. Frost. Emporia, Kan. 

words by E. C. Hoskin, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15250 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430625; 
Edward C. Hoskin. Highland Park, 
111. 

Old Jordan's waves I will not fear : 
words arr. and music by D. B. Tow- 
ner [of U. S.] ; male voices. [15251 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918: E 430485; Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 

Old (The) sexton; words and music 
by Henry Russell, arr. by D. B. 
Towner [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[15252 
© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 43047S: Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 

Old (The) spinet; in the style of an 
old English dance, by J. Adelberg 
Lawson [of England] ; piano. Lon- 
don. Walsh. Holmes & co. [15253 
© July 2. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 421870: Northern musical 
agency, Harrogate, England. 

Ombres; de Florent Schmiit [of 
France] op. 64, no. 1-3. piano. Con- 
tents : J'entends dans le lointain. — 
Mauresque. — Cette ombre mon Image. 
[15254 
© May 11, 1918; 1 c. June 6, 
1918: E 421587; Durand et cie. 
Paris. 

On, boys, on ; words by E. B. Con- 
way, music by H. E. Gedder [of 
U. S.] [15255 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429796; 
Edith B. Conway and Hazel E. Ged- 
der, Winchendon, Mass. 

On Crakow's hills; Polish mazurka, 
by Ernest C. Klapholz [of Austria, 
domiciled at New York] ; instru- 
mental. , [15256 
© 1 c. June 29, 1918; E 429506: 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

On, on to victory ; words and music 
by G. Grether [of U. S.] Cnicago, 
American music publishers. [15257 
© Aug. 16, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918: E 429723: George Grether. 
Manitowoc, Wis. 



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15274 



On oub way to Germany : words and 

music by W. H. Grumpelt [of 

If. S.], arr. by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [15258 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 432018; 

William Henry Grumpelt, New 

Brighton, N. Y. 

On the ocean wave ; intro : Sailor's 

hornpipe, bv R. S. Morrison [of 

U. S.] : pf. (Folk dances, no. 15333) 

[15259 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432076; Theo. Pressor co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

On the scout ; from the children's 

musical play The happy family, 

words by Adrian Ross, music by 

Cuthbert Clarke [of Great Britain] 

[15260 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 

1918; E 421669; Newman pub. co., 

ltd.. London. 

On the shores of Lame Erie: words 

bv P. J. Rogers, music by E. S. S.i 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15261: 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430216;: 

P. .]. Rogers, Cleveland. 

On the silver strand; from Up in 

the air, words by Michael Corper 

and Waldo C. Twitchell, music by 

Arthur M. Founder [of TJ. S.] 

[15262 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 6, 

1918; E 430594; Sherman, Clay & 

CO., Sun Francisco. 

On the way to Berlin; words and 

music by Blanche May Lyle [of U. 

S.] [15263 

© 1 c. Aug. 28. 1918; E 432016; 

Bret Orville Lyle, Indianola, la. 

On to Berlin : words by A. H. Kitts, 

music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 

Chicago, 111., North American music 

pub. co. [15264 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918; E 430394; Alberta H. Kitts, 

Fond Du Lac, Wis. 

words by E. H. Jennings, music 

bv Mildred Vivion Lowell [of U. S.] 

[15265 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1918; E 430092; Eva Howe Jennings, 

Galeshurg, III. 

spirit of 1918, words and music 

by Obed Leroy Burch [of U. S.] arr. 
by Oresteen Kalm. [15266 

© Aug. 21, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 430532; O. L. Burch, Den- 
ver. [Copyright is claimed on words] 



Ok to France: marching song, words 
and music by P. Greely [of U. S.] 
Boston, Louis H. Ross music co. 

[15267 
© Aug. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1918; E 432330; Philip Greely. Mil- 
ton, Mass. 

On to the city of Berlin: words by 

C. H. Sheldon, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [15268 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429746; 

C. H. Sheldon, Conde, S. D. 

On to the front boys ; words by E. 
M. Kelly, music bv E. S. S. "Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15269 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430234; 
Eleanore M. Kelly, Butler, Pa. 

On to victory over the top ; words 
and melody by G. E. Malone [of U. 
S.], arr. by Thos. F. Driscoll.. [15270 
© Aug. 27. 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 43049S; George E. Malone, 
Youngstown, O. 

On wings of song. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy I Jacob Ludwig Felix) 

Once in a blue moon ; fantastic play 
in three acts with music, words by 
G. Richardson, music by R. Braine 
[of U. S.] [15271 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; D 19864; 
Grace Richardson & Robert Braine, 
New York. 

One is the call of our country ; 
words by M. C. Waller, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[15272 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 430438; M. C. Waller. Wit- 
tenburg, Wis. 

One kiss ere we part ; hesitation 
waltz, on the popular song by Leon- 
ard Cooke and Victor Brittain [of 
England], arr. by Victor Levalli; 
piano. [15273 

© July 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 : 
E 421561; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
Loudon. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

One, one, one more liberty bond ; of 
our fourth big liberty loan, words by 
J. H. McEirov, music bv Marguerite 
M. McElroy [of U. S.], arr. by Har- 
old B. Freeman [of U. S.] [15274 
© 1 c. Aug. 24. 1918; E 430347; 
John H. McElroy, Providence, R. I. 



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One sweetly solemn thought ; words 
by Phoebe Cary, music by Nevin, arr. 
by D. B. Towner [of IT. S.'j ; male 
voices. [15275 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430494: Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 

Only a dog ; the pad pad pad of those 
soft little paws, words by Percy Ed- 
gar, music by Harry Stogden [of 
England] ; piano with text. [15276 
© July 5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; 
E 421569; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Only one flag to lick the Kaiser ; 
words by R. Culverwell, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[15277 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug, 29, 
1918; E 430398; Robert Culverwell. 
Chicago. 

Only the roses can tell ; words and 

melody by A. H. Kramer [of U. S.] 

[1527s 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430176; 

A. H. Kramer, Dugger, Ind. 

Onward to Berlin ; words by D. Bruff 
Johnson, music by Mrs. D. Bruff 
Johnson [of U. S.] Lake Minne- 
tonka. Women's club. [15279 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918 ; E 432377 ; D. B. Johnson, Lake 
Minnetonka, Minn. 

Open (The) boat; words by C. Fox 
Smith, music by P. R. Jackson [of 
Australia, domiciled at Cleveland] 
Cleveland, Associate music pub's. 

[152S0 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1918 ; 
E 429543; Pauline Rita Jackson. 
Cleveland. 

Opening the ball; processional march 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern [of U. S.] 
op. 356, no. 3; pf. (Four character- 
istic sketches, no. 15399) (Cover 
title: Opening of the ball) [15281 
' © July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug, 30, 
1918; E 432061; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Orchard (The) by the sea: words 
by Edward Teschemacher, music by 
Herbert Oliver [of England]; in C. 
[15282 
© July 19, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1918'; K 421513; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 



Oriental; some day in Araby, fox- 
trot-intermezzo, words by Richard 
Coborn, music by Vincent Rose [of 
U. S.] [15283 

© Aug. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
191S; E 432182; Daniels & Wilson, 
inc., San Francisco. 

Oshkosh ; or. O-s-h spells osh, words 
and music by R. I'. Weston and Bert 
Lee [of England 1 [15284 

© July 5, 1918; 1 e. Aug. 6, 1918; 
E 421574; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Ostrich walk ; jazz fox trot, by the 
original Dixieland jazz band, arr. by 
Lerov Walker [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 
[15285 
© An- 13. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 14. 
1918; 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 430154; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Our American heroes : words and 

music by W. M. Keighrau [of U. S.] 

[15286 

© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430694; 

Win. M. Keighran, Belvidere, N. J. 

Our barque of love; barcarolle, words 
by Robert Green, music by A. Kings- 
ton-Stewart [of Great Britain] 

[15287 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13. 1918 ; 
E 421<;74: Newman pub. co.. ltd., 
London. 

Otjr beautiful flag ; words by W. R. 
Unglish, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15288 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430231; 
W. R. Unglish, Watsonville, Cal. 

Our boys; march, by L. G. Taylor 

[of U. S.] ; cornet in B tlat. [15289 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 429939; 
Leigh Greig Taylor. Chicago. 

Our hoys in France; words by C. E. 
Henry, music by Leo Friedman [of 
I T . S. | Chicago, III.. North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [15290 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aim. 29. 
1918; E ^3<M:'.2: Cordelia E. Henry, 
Baltimore. 

words by M. G. Pollitzer. music 

by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 
[15291 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429568; 
Mary G. Pollitzer, Beaufort, S. C. 



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15311 



OtJB BRAVE OLD YANKEE SOLDIERS ; 

words by J. R. Packard, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[15292 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430437; John R. Packard, 
Alberni, B. C, Canada. 

Our buddies ; words by J. H. Forsythe, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [15293 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430442; Julia H. Forsythe, 
Metolius, Or. 
Our colonials. See Lee (Ernest Mark- 
ham) Six marches. 
Our country is calling you ; words 
and music by B. L. Hammond [of 
U. S.] [15294 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430193; 
Barbara Livingstone Hammond, 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Our daddy soldier boy ; words by Mar- 
jorie Hibbs, music by B. iUexander 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, Gal., W. A. 
Quincke & co. [15295 

© July 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918 ; E 430377 ; Billy Alexander, Los 
Angeles. 
Our flag; words and music by L. 
Noeske [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [15296 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918 ; E 429924 ; L. Noeske, Milwau- 
kee. 

words bv J. E. Nye, music by 

Olivia J. Thomas [of U. S.] Erie, 
Pa.. Erie music pub. co. [15297 

© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 
E 430093; Jesse E. Nye, Edinboro, 
Pa. 

words by L. G. Hartley, music by 

Collier Grounds [of U. S.] Buffalo, 
N. Y., Denton, Cottier and Daniels. 
[15298 
© Aug. 21. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 430351; Laurence George 
HanJey, Buffalo. 

words by R. McCallum, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [15299 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430334; 

R. McCallum. -St. Louis. 

Our fussy buzzy aeroplane ; words 

and nmsi,' by C. W. Caldwell [of U. 

S.] New York, Original songs music 

[15300 

© Aug. LU 191 S; 2 c. Sept. 3, 

19.18; E 432328; Charles William 

Caldwell, New York. 



Our hero; words and music by Fred 
W. Pearson [of U. S.] [15301 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429854; 
Ellrich, publisher, Los Angeles. 

Our heroes marching on ; words and 
music bv Marv Augusta Lee [of U. 
S.] 1. Song. 2. Band. 4to. 

[15302, 15303 
© Apr. 23, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
21, 1918 ; E 429766, 429767 ; King & 
Clark pub. co.. New York. 

Our Illinois [and] hail, Illinois; 
words bv Wallace Rice, music by 
Edward C. Moore [of U. S.] 4to 

[15304 
© July 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17. 
191S: E 429649; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston 

Our lads in olive drab ; words and 
music by M. H. Sweet [of U. S.] 

[15305 
© Aug. 7, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 19. 1918 ; 
E 432121; Margaret Hibner Sweet, 
Stockdale, Kan. 

Our nation's prayer ; words and music 

by W. A. Wood [of U. S.] [15306 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 

1918; E 430172; Walter A. Wood, 

Philadelphia. 

Our nation's song of glory; words 
and music by Adam Geibel [of U. 
S.l : mixed voices. 4to. (Glees and 
part songs no. 58) [15307 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1918 ; 
E 430149 ; Adam Geibel music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Our New York boys ; words by W. F. 
German, music bv E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15308 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430213: 
William F. German. Rochester, N. Y. 

Our own America ; words and melody 

by B. E. Comey Tof U. S.] [15309 

© 1 c. Auk. 22, 191 S: E 430190: 

Bernice E. Comey, Framingham 

( Jenter, Mass. 

Our own United States : words and 
music by Mrs. A. Willis [of U. S.] 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [15310 
© Aug. 20. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 27. 
1918; E 4'_'0907: Mrs. Alexander 
Willis, Winchester, Ind. 

Our Sammies; words by J. R. Shan- 
non, music by Carl D. Yandersloot 
[of U.S.] [15311 

© Sept. 3, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 4. 
1918; E 130525; Yandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport. Pa. 



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Our service flag; words by Jos. W. 
Riordan, music by A. H. Schuh [of 
V. S.] San Francisco, Gal., Western 
music co. [15312 

© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 4323S0; Albert H. Schuh, 
Snn Francisco. 

Oru service maid; words and music 
by M. A. MeMiehael [of U. S.] 

[15313 
© 1 c. Sept. G, 1918; E 430691; 
Mary A. McMichael, San Juan Bau- 
rist.-i, Cal. 

Our soldier boys in France ; words by 
James Rowe. music by C. C. Stafford 
[Of U. S.j Oneonta. Ala.. 0. O. Staf- 
ford music co. [15314 
© Aug. 26, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429956; C. 0. Stafford. 
Oneonta. Ala. 

Our sweethearts ; words and music 

by E. B. Johnson [of TJ. S.] [15315 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1918; E 430101; Emma Bischoit" 

Johnson, Clermont, Fla. 

OUB WAR CRAFT TS SAILING AWAY J 

words and music by Brayton Van- 
derwater [i. e. Mary Brayton Van- 
derwater, of U. S.I [15316 

© 1 e. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432177; 
Mary Brayton Yanderwater, Chi- 



Otjb whole country; words by R. M. 

Wragg, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of UJ. S.] [15317 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429621: 

Rachel M. Wragg, Clifton, O. 

Our Yankee boys; words by Thos. W. 
Townsend, music by C. H. Reese [of 
U. S.] [15318 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429629; 
Townsend & Reese, Marshalltown, 
la. 

Our yesterdays; words by Francis 
Lake, music by Herbert Leslie [of 
U. S.l ; medium. [15319 

© Sept. 9, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918 ; E 432397 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

Out of darkness ; words and music by 
Teresa Del Riego [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; no. 1, in F. [15320 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421654: John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 



Out of the East; oriental fox trot, by 

Joe Rosey [of U. S.] ; piano [15321 

© Aug. 15, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 

E 430114; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 

New York. 

Over here; words and music by Carl- 
ton Mather Clark [of U. S. [15322 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; E 429721 : 
Mono pub. co., Stephenson, Va. 

Over the top; new military two step, 
by Gordon Mackenzie [of England] : 
piano. [15323 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; 
E 421573; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

words and music by H. Guise [of 

England] London, The music room. 
[15324 
© Aug. 30, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421725; Henry Guise, London. 

words by B. Benson, music by 

Naome Stage [of U. S.] [15325 

© Aug. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1918 ; 

E 429955 ; Bessie Benson, Elgin. 111. 

words by Wilbur J. Powell, music 

by William W. Bentley [of U. S.] 
Beaver Falls. Pa., Olivet pub. house. 
[15326 
© Sept. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 : 
E 430735 ; W. J. Powell & W. W. Bent- 
ley. Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Over there; quick march, by George 
M. Cohan, arr. by Shipley Douglas 
[of Great Britain] ; brass band. obi. 
24m o. [15327 

© July 15. 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918 ; 
E 421536; Wm. Jerome pub. Corp.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Paganini (Niccolo) Moto perpetuo; 
allegro di concerto di N. Paganini, op. 
11. no. 6, nuova edizione riveduta da 
Riccardo Tagliacozzo [of Italy] ; vi- 
olino con ace. di pf. [15328 

© Aug. 3, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 8. 1918: 
E 421(')09; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Panama waltz; bv Frank Flynn [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [15329 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16. 

1918; E 429548; Chas E. Roat music 

co., ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Panis angelicus. See Selecta opera ; 
collection choisie, no. 7. 

Papa. See Musical setting for choice 

confections. 



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no. 9, 1918 



15347 



Papa Joffre; words by C. B. Doty, 
music bv Carl Muehling [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher of U. S.] Erie, Pa., 
Erie music pub. co. [15330 

© May 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 
E 430094 ; C. B. Doty, Hartford. 

. Papillons; sclierzo-valse, by B. Mau- 
ceri [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] ; violin and piano. [15331 
© Aug. 14, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1918: E 429801; Baldassare Mau- 
cerij Brooklyn. 

Parting song on leaving the shrikes. 
.See Midnight visit to the sacred 
shrines. 

Pascal (Florian) Caprice no. 1; by 
F. Pascal [of Great Britain] ; piano, 
C sharp minor. (Three caprices, 
no. 1] [15332 

. © Aug. 2. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 421891; Joseph Williams 
ltd., London. 

Caprice no. 2 ; by F. Pascal [of 

Great Britain]; piano, in D flat. 
(Three caprices, no. 2) [15333 

© Aug. 2„ 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918: E 421892; Joseph Williams 
ltd., London. 

Caprice no. 3 ; by F. Pascal [of 

Great Britain] ; piano, in G minor. 
(Three caprices, no. 3) [15334 

© Aug. 2. 191 S: 1 c. Aug. 26, 
191S; E 421893; Joseph Williams 
ltd., London. 

Passa Pierrot; versi di Riccardo Maz- 
zola, musica di Enrico de Leva [of 
Italy] 1. La serenata. 2. La can- 
zone. [15335, 15336 
© Aug. 3, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 8, 
1918 : E 421606. 421607; G. Ricordi & 
co., Milan. 

Passacaglia. See Bach (Johann Se- 
bastian) 

Passepied; an old world dance, by 
Percy Elliott [of Great Britain;] pf. 
[15337 
© June 20. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 421745; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Pastoral legend; by H. Baynton- 
Power [of England] ; piano. 

[15338 
© July 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 191S : 
E 42151S ; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 



Patiently pleading; words by Haldor 
Lillen.-is. music by Richard Hains- 
worth [pseud, of H. Lillenas of Nor- 
way, domiciled at Auburn. 111.] 

[15339 

© July 9, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 16, 1918 : 

E 429517 ; William B. Rose, Chicago. 

Patriotic chorus ; words by D. T. 
Praigg, music by Jessie D. Lewis [of 
U. S.] 8vo. [15340 

© July 3. 1918; 2 c. July 8, 1918: 
aff. July 25, 1918; A 502199; David 
T. Praigg, Indianapolis. 

Patriotic remembrance fob victory ; 

words and music- by M. Delinar [of 

U. 8.3 [15341 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430288; 

Marguerite Delmar, New Orleans. 

Patrol comique; by Thos. Hindley. 
arr. by If. L. Lake [of U. S.] mili- 
tary band. 4to. [15342 
© June 29. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19. 
1918; E 429670; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Patsy McFay : words and music by 

E. J. Adams [of U. S.] [15343 

© Aug. 16. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1918; E 429732; Eliza Jane Adams, 

Bayonne. N. J. 

Pavillon (Dee) . aus porzellan (Li- 
tai-po) ; Chinesische lied von Hans 
Bethge, musik von Julius Rontgen 
[of Holland] op. 66, no. 3, mezzo- 
sopran. (Chinesische lieder, no. 3) 
[15344 
© July 11. 1918: 1 c. Aug. 15. 
1918; E 421731; Wilhelm Hansen. 
Copenhagen. 

Peace I leave with you : words from 
the Bible, music by Adolph H. Schell- 
schmidt [of U. S.] : mixed voices. 
(Octavo, sacred, no. 3395) [15345 
© Aug. 17. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22. 
1918; E 430268; Willis music CO., 
Cincinnati. 

Peace on earth : words by M. P. 
Cronch. music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of r. s.i [i534(; 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430633; 
Mary P. Cronch, Stevensville, Md. 

Peer Gynt SUITE. See Grieg (Edvard 
Hagerup) 

Peggy; part-song, words by Samuel 
Minturn Perk, music by Ralph Cox 
[of U. S.) ; men's voices. (Octavo 
scries, no. 420) [15347 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 C. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 4302S2; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright. is claimed 
on arrangement] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Pensando a Rovere ; waltz, by G. Mos- 

coni [of Italy, domiciled at New 

York] ; piano. [15348 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432180; 

Giacomo Mosconi. New York. 

People (The) of America; words by 
S. D. Watton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15349 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429557; 
S. D. Watton, Ansonia, Conn. 

Pepita-my little Spanish eose. See 
Field (Almon E.) Melodies. 

Peppebminta hood ; words and melody 

by E. Taylor [of England, domiciled 

at St. Petersburg, Fla.] [15350 

© 1 c. Aug. 30. 1918; E 432127; 

Eglen Taylor, St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Pebche dolce cako bene; villanella 

versi anon, musica di Stefano Do- 

naudy [of Italy] [15351 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. S, 1918 ; 

E 421637 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Pebduta ho la spebanza; aria versi 

anon, musica di Stefano Donaudy 

[of Italy] [15352 

© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8. 1918 ; 

B 421623; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Pebfect (A) night; words and music 

by Katberin Ward [of U. S.] [15353 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aue. 16, 

1918; E 430151; Harold Flainmer, 

inc.. New York. 

Pebfect best; words by Albert Simp- 
son Reitz, music by D. B. Towner [of 
U. S.] ; male voices. [15354 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430404; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

I'EBSHING — THE MAN OF THE HOUB ; 

words by I. A. Smith, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.J [15355 

© 1 c Aug. 10, 191S; E 429578; 
Isaac Austin Smith, St. Louis. 

I'krsi \n peabl ; words by Mort Nathan, 
im.-1m.1v by John Cooper [of U. S.] 

[15356 

© Sept. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
litis ; F 432430: M. Witrnark & suns. 
New York. 

Petite valse gkacteuse : by Arthur 
t !leveland Morse [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[15357 

©July 24, 191S ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 

F 432208 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 



Pezzi celebri ; di G. L. Dussek, nuova 

edizione riveduta da Sigismondo 

Cesi [of Italy] ; pf. [15358 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421602 ; G. Ricordi & CO., Milan. 

Pharaoh ; march, by Daphne Hope 
and William Burr [of Great Brit 
ain] ; piano. [15359 

© Aug. 2, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918 ; 
E 421750 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Philippine cabaret ; words and music 
by Harry Reichman [of U. S.] 

[15360 
© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432394; 
May B. Brilliant, San Francisco. 

Pianelli (G.) Sonate; de G. Pianelli, 
arr. par. J. Salmon [of France] 
(Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, no. 
407,371) 1. Viol oncelle et piano, sol 
majeur. 2. Violon et piano, sol ma- 
jeur. [15361, 15362 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421781, 421799; Societe 
anonyme des Editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Piano lyrics from the Hebrides; by 
Marjory Kennedy-Fraser Tof Great 
Britain] ; piano, bk. III. Contents : 
Hebridean sea reivers' song. — The 
rune of Columcille. — A benbecula 
bridal procession. [15363 

© July 2 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918 ; 
E 421649 ; Boosey & co., London. 
Pianoscbtpt book ; an invaluable aid 
to teacher and student in preserving 
important advice and lesson notes in 
permanent form ; by Alberto Jonas 
[of U. S.] 70 p. fot. [15364 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. and aft Aug. 
30, 1918; A 501618; Theodore Pres- 
ser CO., Philadelphia. 

Ptbboch : a H'ghland lament, by Gran- 
ville Bantock [of England] ; violon- 
cello solo with harp or piano ace. 

[15365 
© Aim. 5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 6, 191 S; 
E 421540: J. & W. Chester, London. 

Piccole scene d'infanzia (Childhood 
scenes) : sei pezzi facile 1 di Mario 
Tarenghi [of Italy] op. 70, pf. (Edi- 
zione Ricordi, no 88) Contents: La 
bambola parlante. — Ballo d'una mar- 
ionetta. — Racconto pauroso. — Storf- 
ella allegro. — Snl cavallo di legno. — 
Gira-gira. [15366 

© Aug. 3. 191S; 1 c. Aug. 8, L918; 
E 421610 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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15384 



Piccolo (The) grand; arr. by H. F. 
Astrarv [of U. S.] ; player piano. 

[15367 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430458; 
Harry F. Asbury, Brooklyn. 

Picking peaches ; from Sometime, 
words by Rida Johnson Young, mu- 
sic by Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] 

[15368 
© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432298 ; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Picture (The) I saw in my dreams; 
words and music by L. S. Witte [of 
U. S.], arr. by Avelyn Mae Kerr, 
[of U. S.] [15369 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918 ; E 430136 ; L. 
Sherbie Witte, Milwaukee. 

Pictures in song; for schools, words 
and music by various authors, ed. 
and arr. by Robert McLeod [of Great 
Britain] ; bk. II. 4to. [15370 

© Oct. 1, 1917 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421525; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 



Pifr (La) bella; by Giuseppe Taran- 
tola [of Italy, domiciled at Brook- 
lyn] ; instrumental. [15371 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; E 432155 ; Ro- 
sina Lazzara, Brooklyn. 

Plaintive ; by Christopher O'Hare [of 
U. S.] ; orch. (Music for the photo- 
play, no. 6) [15372 

© July 11, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
E 429S26 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Plaisanterie ; by Arthur Emil Uhej 
[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. [15373. 

© Aug. 12. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 15. 1918 ; i 
E 430125; Breitkopf & Hartel, inc.,; 
New York. 

Playing truant; by Walter Rolfe [of! 
U. S.| ; piano. ( Riddles and rhymes,! 
00. 15440) [15374! 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30,' 
1918; E 432092; Theo. Presser co.,| 
Philadelphia. 

G. Kellar, music by Se Deviner [of 

I T . S.] Now York, F. B. Haviland 
pub. co. [15375 

© Aug. 29. 191 S; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1918; E 432399; Gilbert Kellar,;' 
Washington. 



Plum and apple ; from The better 'ole, 
words by Arthur Eliot and J. P. Har- 
rington, music by Herman Darewski 
[of England] [15376 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 421710 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. CO., London. 

Polish mountain dance (Polish 
oberki) ; by Ernest C. Klapholz [of 
Austria, domiciled at New York] ; 
instrumental. [15377 

© 1 c. June 29, 1918; E 429507; 
Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Ponte di Re di Ottone; polka-marcia, 

di G. Mosconi [of Italy, domiciled 

at New York] ; piano. [15378 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432178; 

Giacomo Mosconi, New York. 

Porpora (Nicola-Antonio) Senate; 
de N. A. Porpora. arr. par J. Salmon 
[of France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an- 
ciens, nos. 372, 408) 1. Violon et 
piano, fa majeur. 2. Yioloncelle et 
piano, fa majeur. [15379. 15380 

© July 30, 1918: 1. c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421793. 421828; Societe 
anonyme des editions Rieordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Praise God in His holiness ; anthem, 
text scriptural, music by Geoffrey 
Shaw [of Great Britain] ; male 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [15381 

© July 29, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 : 
E 421510; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Prayer (A) in absence; words by 
Helen Taylor, music by May H. 
Brahe [of England] : no. 1 in C. 

[15382 
© Aug. 12. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421667; Enoch & sons. London. 



Prelude after J. S. Ba 

( Johann Sebastian I 

PRELUDES ET RONDOS. 

(Frederic Francois) 



■ Bach 



Chopin 



Pride (The) of our nation: words 

and music by E. H. Nightingale I of 

U. S.l [15383 

© 1 c. Aug. 24. 1918; E 430325; E. 

11. Nightingale, Columbus. Ga. 

Prima (The) donna waltz: by A. C. 
Johnstone [of U. S. I ; piano. 

[15384 
© 1 e. Aug. 21. 1918; E !2!>7i;«>: 
Alexander Church Johnstone, New 
I • York. 



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Prince of Peace control my will; 
li.vnni anthem, words by Mary Bar- 
ber Dana, music by Stanley F. Wi- 
dener [of I'. S.'l op. 67, mixed 
voices. (Octavo, sacred, no. 3373) 

[15385 
© Avm\ 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 22. 1918 ; 
E 130266; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Principe (Remy) 10 esercizii (10 ex- 
ercises) ; nei toni moderni e orien- 
tate, di It. Principe [of Italy]; vio- 
lino. (Edizione Ricordi, no. 44) 

r 15386 
© Aug. 3, 1918; 1 c. Aug: 8, 1918; 
K 421612; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Private Brown; words and music by 

Lud Worsham [of U. S.] [15387 

© Aug. 17. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 

E 429706; Paramount publishers, 

Chicago. 

Processional. See Lee (Ernest Mark- 
ham) Six marches. 

Progressive series exercises, no. 127- 
214; by Leopold Godowsky [of 
U. S.] ; piano. 1. Group S, repeated 
notes, no. 127-133. 2. Group 9, 
trill exercises, no. 134-145. 3. Group 
10, exercises in thirds, no. 146-161. 
4. Group 11, exercises in sixths, no. 
162-168. 5. Group 12, exercises in 
mixed double notes, no. 169-178. 6. 
Group 13, chord exercises, no. 179- 
1S1. 7. Group 14. polyrhythuiic ex- 
ercises, no. 182-187. 8. Group 15. in- 
terlocking exercises, no. 188-191. 9. 
Group 10, exercise in skips, no. 192- 
195. 10. Group 17, miscellaneous ex- 
ercises, no. 196-214. [15388-15397 
© July 1. 1918; 2 c. each and aff. 
July 3. 1918; A 498926-498935; Art 
publication soc, St. Louis. 

Proverb song; words and melody by 
Irene Du Vernet Rabell [Mrs. C. F. 
Rabell, of U. S.], arr. by Robert Foss 
[of U. S.] [15398 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 191S; E 429741; 
Mrs. Charles Francis Rabell, New 
York. 

Purim (Bal Masque); by Ernest C. 

Klapholz [of Austria, domiciled at 

New York] ; instrumental. [15399 

© 1 c. June 29. 1918; E 429505; 

Licco I. Liggy, New York. 

Puppy love; words and melodv by J. 

Tomlinson [of U. S.] [15400 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432153; 

Jack Tomlinson, R»lrtwinsvilte, N. Y. 



Pussy pussy willow time; words and 
melody by Bob Chamberlin [of 
L. S.l, ace. by Christine Schirmann, 
arr. by Hans Pospischil [of Ger- 
many, domiciled at Chicago] 

[15401 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 432141; 
Nellie Chamberlin Held. Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 

Pussy's lullaby; duet, by Mary Helen 

Brown [of I T . S.] : two pianos, four 
hands. (Music for two pianos, no. 
15346) [15402 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30. 
1918; E 432041; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 

Queen (The) of all my dreams; 

words by Sue Maie Rollins, music bv 

M. L. Rollins [of U. S.] [15403 

© 1 c. Sept. 3. 1918; E 432171; 

Mary Lynn Rollins, Little Rock. Ark. 

Quelle labbra non son rose; madri- 

gale, versi anon, musica di Stefano- 

Donaudy [of Italy] [15404 

© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421638: O. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Question (A) ; words by E. G. Simon, 
music by E. J. Polak [of U. S.] ; 
high. New York. Polak studio. 

[15405 

© Sept. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9. 1918 ; 

E 430729 ; Emil J. Polak. New York. 

Quick-step. See Lee (Ernest Mark- 
ham) Six marches. 

Quiet (The) hour; words by Florence 
Hoare, music by Charlwood Dunkley 
[of England] ; in E flat. [15406 

© Aug. 2. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
B 421512 ; Swan & co.. Watson & Wil- 
cock, ltd., London. 

Racconto pauroso. See Piccolo scene 
d' infanzia. 

Rag-time Dolly ; from the Happy fam- 
ily, words by Adrian Ross, music by 
Cuthbert Clarke [of Great Britain] 
[15407 
© Aug. 7. 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421670; Newman pub. co.. ltd., 
London. 

Raggedy doo : words and music by 
Harry Carlton and Jay Whidden [of 
England] [15408 

© Aug. 20, 191S; 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 421889; B. Feldman & Co., 
London. 



956 



M USlCAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, lyiS 



15426 



Ragno (II) azzukko; operetta in tre 
atti, cli Paolo Santarone, musica di 
Alberto Randegger [of Italy] ; piano 
with text. [15409 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 3 e. Aug. S, 1918 ; 
E 421596 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Ragtime (The) kazor brigade; from 
Yip-yip-yap-hank, words and music 
by Irving Berlin [of U. S.] [15410 
© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918 ; E 429696 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Rain (The) rain, rain; words and 
music by A. M. Kerr [of U. S.] 

[15411 
© 1 c. Aug. 2. 1918; E 430306; 
Avelyn M. Kerr, Milwaukee. 

Rainbow ; waltz, by J. Rosenfeld [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [15412 

© 1 c. June 5, 1918; E 430533; 
Julius Rosenfeld, Shanghai, China. 

Rainbow' (The) division march; by 

G. Carlton [of U. S.], arr. Pietro 

Signore [of U. S.] ; piano. [15413 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429550; 

Gerald Carlton, Brooklyn. 

Rainbow (The) of dreams; words by 
Dorothy Bevan Parry, music by Her- 
bert Crimp [of England] ; no. 2, in G. 
[15414 
© Aug. 5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; 
E 421534 ; Keith, Prowse & CO., ltd., 
London. 

Rainy (The) day; words by H. W. 

Longfellow, music by W. Block [of 

U. S.] [15415 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430262; 

William Block, New York. 

Raihin' to go ; fox-trot, words and mu- 
sic bv Eric Severin [of U. S.] 

[15416 

© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 : 

B 429711 ; E. P. Severin, Moline. 111. 

Rally abound the standard; words 
by H. Russell, music bv Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15417 

© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430422 ; Hester Russell, Vancouver, 
R. C, Canada. 

Rally (The) song; words by Mrs. F. 
E. Devereux, music bv Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15418 

© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430410; Mrs. Frank E. Devereux, 
Ludlow, Vt. 



Raits mit the Kaiser; words and mu- 
sic by L. B. Parsons [of TJ. S.] 

[15419 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430689; 
L. Birdsey Parsons, Sandy Hook, 
Conn. 

Rays of sunshine; waltz, by Ernest 
Hillsdon [of New Zealand] ; piano 
solo, with violin and cornet in B flat. 
H. Bauer music co. [15420 

© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1918 ; 
E 421869 ; Ernest W. H. Hutton, Ro- 
torua, New Zealand. 

Ready to serve ; words by J. F. and H. 
G. Bailey, music by H. G. Bailey [of 
U. S.] [j.5421 

© Aug. 22, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 
E 42973S; Hillary G. Bailey, Ander- 
son, Ind. 

Recipe (A) ; words by Jessica Moore, 
music by Geo. L. Spaulding [of 
U. Si] ; piano, first grade ; vocal or 
instrumental. (Melodius recrea- 
tions, no. 15371) [15422 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 432096; Theo. Presser co.. Phila- 
delphia. 

Recitative and aria ; words from the 

Bible, music by Odessa D. Sterling 

[of U. S.] [15423 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 : 

E 432364 ; Sterling pub. co., Seattle. 

Red (The) cross call; words by J. H. 

Crooks, music by M. Lindsay [of 

U. S.] Cincinnati, Willis music co. 

[15424 

© Aug. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 23, 191S ; 

E 429841 ; J. H. Crooks, Cincinnati. 

Red peonies. See Flowers. 

Red (The), White and Blue is call- 
ing: words by A. MacDonald. music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [15425 

© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 430401; Anna MacDonald. 
Giroux Lake, Cobalt, Ont, Canada. 

Regina coeli; solo and two-part 
chorus, by Melchiorre Mauro-Cot- 

tone [of V. S.l : organ ace. 4to. 
(Choral music, series 25, no. 975) 
[15426 
© Aug. 22, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 27. 
1918; E 429933; Boston music co.. 
Boston. 



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15427 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Remembeb the Tuscania ; words by 
F. Downing, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15427 

© June 27, 191S; 2 c. July 22, 
1918; E 428800; Frances Downing, 
Beaver Falls. Pa. 
Remembeb we are fighting for free- 
dom ; words and music by S. Strauss 
[Of U. S.] [15428 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430181; 
Simon Strauss, New York. 
Reminiscenze ; valtzer, di Enrico Rossi 
[of U. S.] ; 1° e 2° mand. e chitarra. 
[15429 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23. 
1918; E 429888; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 
Repose. See Dance visions. 

Rescue the perishing; hymn, words 
by Fanny J. Crosby, music by W. H. 
Doane, arr. by Geo. C. Stebbins [of 
TJ. S.] ; male voices. [15430 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430468; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Rest, dear one, rest; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Harry Stogden [of 
England] [15431 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421576; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Rest thee my child ; words by Arthur 
Leverett, music by Giordani, arr. by 
James Greenhill [of Great Britain] ; 
voice and piano. [15432 

© July 18. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 421653; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement] 

Restless waves ; valse lente, by R. S. 

Morrison [of U. S.] ; piano. [15433 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432078; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 
Return of spring. Bee Bantock 

(Granville) Five songs from the 

Chinese poets. 
Reveille. See Griifes (Charles' T.) 

Six bugle-call pieces. 
Reves d' amour. See Liszt (Franz) 
Reviens ami. See Desrez (Maurice) 

Quatre rondeaux d'amour. 
Ricobdo OtTonese; mazurka, by G. 

Moscbnj [of Italy, domiciled at New 

York] ; piano. [15434 

© 1 c. Sept. 3. 1918; E 432179; 

Giacomo Mosconi, New York. 



Riddle (A) ; words anon, music by 
Herbert Ralph Ward [of U. S.] op. 
44. [15435 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432110; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 
Ring, oh, bing old libebty dell; 
words by S. E. Tompkins, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15436 
© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430638; 
S. E. Tompkins, Ebensburg, Pa. 

Rinkum (The) ditty bag; from Up 
in the air, words by Michael Corper 
and Waldo C. Twitched, music by 
Arthur M. Founder [of U. S.] 

[15437 

© Aug. 31, 1918: 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1918: E 430596; Sherman. Clay & 
co.. San Francisco. 

Road's (The) lament; words by H. 
Stanley Haskins, music by Ralph 
Cox [of U. S.] ; sop. or ten.-alto or 
baritone. [15438 

© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
28, 1918; E 432005; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Robin (The) and the wben ; petite 
dialogue, by Walter Rolfe [of U. S.] ; 
pf. [15439 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 4320S6; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Rocking-horse. See In toyland. 

Roehampton (The) song; waits, 
words and music by S. A. J. Levey 
[of England] [15440 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 16. 
1918 ; E 421734 ; Sivori A. J. Levey, 
London. 

Roll along : from Everything, words 
by R. H. Burnside and J. L. Golden 
[of U. S.], music by Max Darewski 
and J. L. Golden. New York, T. B. 
Harms A- Francis, Day & Hunter. 

[15441 

© Aug. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 28. 1918 ; 

E 432209: R. H. Burnside & John 

L. Golden, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on American version] 

Romance ; by F. Clifton Hayes, arr. 
by Wm. Noelsch [of U. S.] ; organ. 
(Organ compositions, no. 153."!)) 

[15442 
© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 432059; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



958 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1918 



15458 



ROM A n ce — Continued. 

• by Henry Lincoln Case [of U. S.J ; 

violin and piano, in G. New edition. 
[15443 
© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432295; C. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vising] 

words by Adrian Ross, music by 

Isidore Witmark [of U. S.] (Cover 
title : Love's lullaby ) [15444 

© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 430602 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Romantic prelude; by H. Baynton- 

Power [of England] ; piano. [15445 

© July 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 

E 421517; Joseph Henry Larway, 

London. 

Rondel en reponse. See Desrez 
( Maurice ) Quatre rondeaux d'amour. 

Rondel sub un depart. See Desrez 
( Maurice ) Quatre rondeaux d'amour. 

Rondinella; mazurka de concert, by 

. Stellario Cambria [of U. S.] ; mand. 

with piano ace. [15446 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 

E 429663 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Rose in my garden ; words by Laura 
Stanhope, music by John Desmond 
Courtney [of U. S.], op. 21, no. 1; 
sop. or ten.-mezzo sop. or baritone. 
[15447 
© Aug. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 28. 
1918 ; E 432009 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Rose (The) of no man's land; words 
and music by Jack Caddigan and 
James A. Brennan [of U. S.] [15448 
© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 429809; Jack Mendelsohn 
music co., Boston. 

Rose-time ; reverie, by George Spenser 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [15449 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432106; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Rosebud (A) smiled in a garden; 
words by Maud Forster, music by 
Dorothy Forster [of England] ; no. 3, 
in B flat. [15450 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 421591 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Kqsemaey; words and music by A. J. 
Carroll [of U. S.] [15451 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432388; 
Albert J. Carroll, New York. 



Roses of Picardy ; medley waltz, in- 
cluding the refrain from Waiting by 
Leo T. Croke, arr. by S. Deshon [of 
U. S.] ; orch. 4to. [15452 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 430546; Chapped & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Rosin (M. W.) Best land of them all 
A-m-e-r-i-c-a. See Schaetzlein (L. 
F.), Barth (W.) & Rosin (M. W.) 

Row on Woodkow row on ; words by 
M. V. B. Blood, music by Eugene 
Platzmann [of U. S.] New York, 
F. B. Hayiland pub. co. [15453 

© Aug. 30. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 430549 ; M. V. B. Blood, New York. 

Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitcii) 
Melody in F ; by A. Rubinstein, rev., 
editing and instructive annotations 
by Leopold Godowsky. form and har- 
mony by Alexander Henneman, bio- 
graphical sketch and glossary by 
Emerson Whithorne [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Progressive series composi- 
tions, no. 542. grade 3-a) [15454 
© Aug. 5. 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 7. 1918 ; 
E 430340; Art publication society, 
St. Louis. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and annotations] 

Runaway (The) motor car; words 

and music by S. Levey [of Eneland] 

[15455 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 16. 

1918 ; E 421738 ; Sivori A. J. Levey, 

London. 

Rune of Columcille. See Piano lyrics 
from the Hebrides, bk. III. 

Russian rag ; interpolating Pralude by 
Rachmaninoff, by George L. Cobb 
[of U. S.]; piano. [1545c, 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429934; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

Sabre and spurs; march of the Ameri- 
can cavalry, by John Philip Sousa, 
[of U. S.J : piano. [15457 

© Aug. 22. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 430445; Sam Fox pub. CO., 
Cleveland. 

Sacred (The) oi.n cracked belt.; 
words by W. it. Dnglish, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15458 
© 1 c. Aug. 22. litis : E 430229; 
W. R. Unglish, Watsonville. Oal. 



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Safety fibst; words by J. M. Humph- 
rey, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, jr. 
[of U. S,] [15459 

© Julv 9, 19 IS; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1018; 
E 429526.; Jerry M. Humphrey, Chi- 
cago. 

Sail on. victorious, unseen, sail; a 
shorthand history of the U. S. A., 
words by J. H. Edwards, music by 
L. IT. Huriburt-Edwards [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Portland, Of.] 
Portland, Or., Oregon conservatory 
of music. [15460 

© Julv '20. 1918; 2 c. July 29. 
1918; E 432264; J. H. Edwards, 
Portland, Or. 

Saint-Requieb (L.) Deux invocations 
populaires nouvelles; extraite des 
Litanies approuvees par Sa Saintete 
Leon XIII, musique de L. Saint-Re- 
quier [of France] ; chant et orgue. 
Contents: Invocation au sacre-coeur 
de Jesus. — Invocation a Marie, pour 
la France. [15461 

© May 23, 1918: 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1918 ; E 421849 ; L. J. Biton, St. Lau- 
ront-snr-Sevre, Prance. 

Salamander ; words and melody by 
E. H. Knopf [of U. S.] [15462 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918; E 429821; 
Edwin H. Knopf, New York. 

Salto daixa finestba ; waltz, by G. 

Mosconi [of Italy, domiciled at New 

York] ; piano. [15463 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918: E 4321S1 ; 

Giacomo Mosconi. New York. 

Salute to the flag ; settings to be 
sung in chant style, by M. F. Mac 
Connerl [of U. S.] [15464 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429753; M. F. MacConnell, 
New York. 

Salvation (The) line ; words and mu- 
sic bv S. K. Wheatlake [of U. S.] 

[15465 
© July 9, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429513; Samuel Kennedy 
Wheatlake, Denver. 

Same (The) moon shines for you 

vnd me; words and music by R. Y. 

Smith [of U. S.l [15466 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1018; E 432215; 

Robert Yale Smith. Cambridge, 111. 

Same (The) old gibl; words and 
music by N. A. Dawson [of U. S.] 

[15467 
© Aug. 31, 1918 : 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432375 ; Nettie Dawson, Claremore. 
Old. 



Sammies (The) ake the boys; words 
and music by Mrs. A. L. Martin [of 
L. S.| [15468 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430249; 
Mrs. A. L. Martin. Winters, Cal. 

Sammie's love to Kaiseb Lilt.: words 

by Mrs. L. Enronghty. music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.l [15460 

© I c. Sept. 6, 1018: E 430683; 

Mrs. Louise Enroughty, Richmond. 

Sammy ; words by H, H. Newton, music 
bv E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

11.1470 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, litis ; E 429606; II. 
H. Newton, Vandergrift, Pa. 

Sammy boy; words by Mrs. \\\ Bain. 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [15471 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430237 j 

Mrs. Wm. Bain r Baudette, Minn. 

Sammy's (A) good-bye, words by (). P. 
Hart, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. CO. [15472 

© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 20. 1018 : 
E 430402; Oliver Philip Hart. David- 
son. N. C. 

Sammy's guest; words by Mrs. (J. W. 

Combs, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] 115473 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430254: 

Mrs. <I. W. Combs, Fowler. Col. 

Sababande et allemande ; de 3. B. 
Senaille. arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] ( Oeuvres d'anteurs anciens, 
nos. 376. 412) 1. Violoncello et pi- 
ano. 2. Yiolon et piano. 

[ [15474, 15475 
© Julv 30. 1918 : 1 c. each Aug. 17. 
1918: E 421758. 421797; Societe 
anonmye des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
| Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment I 

Sauce moutabde electorate; chanson- 
nette comique, paroles de Marc Hely, 
musique de Rene Mercier [of France] 
4to. [15476 

© July 30. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 17. 1018 ; 
E 421775: Marcel Labbe, Paris. 

S axon ola : fox trot, by P. T. Bodge 

[of V. S.] ; piano. [15477 

© Aug. 23. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1018: E 420881: Jerome H. Remick 
& CO., New York. 



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,1918 



15491 



Scapa Flow ; words by A. Lothian 
Brough, music bv J. Grogan [of Eng- 
land] [15478 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 421504; Grogan & Brough, Lon- 
don. 

Scarf dance. See Obamlnade, (Cecile 

Louise Stephanie) 

Scena ui caccia. See Bozzetti dal 
vero. 

Scenes that are brightest ; from M;i- 
ritana, fantasia, by Wallace-Round, 
transcribed by H. Benne Henton [of 
U. S.] ; military band, 4to. [15479 
© July 2. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429687; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Scherzetto. See Ashtoii (Algernon) 
Four pieces. 

Schebzo in B flat. See Schubert 
(Franz Peter) 

Schebzo, bomance, gigue, fughetta 
op. 32, and four fugues op. 72. See 
Schumann (Robert Alexander) 

School of violin technic (Die schule 
der violintechnik) ; by Henry Schra- 
dieck, ed. by Frederick Hahn [of U. 
S.] pt. I. (Presser collection, no. 
248) [15480 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432031; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
mi arranging, annotating, and edit- 
ing] 

Schube ut ( Fbanz Petek ) Scherzo in 
B flat ; duet, by Schubert, arr. by 
W. P. Mero [of U. S.] ; piano, four 
hands. (Library of four hand 
music, no. 15449) [154S1 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432067; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

j§;CHTJMANN (Robert Alexander) 
Scherzo, romance, gigue, fughetta 
op. .",2, and four fugues op. 72; by 
R. Schumann, rev. and fingered by 
Max Vogrlch [of Austria 1 ; piano. 
( Library of musical classics v. 1165) 
[154S2 
© May 22. 1918; 2 c. May 24, 
1918; E 429657; G. Sehirmer, inc.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
oh revision and fingering] 



Scotland my ain ; words by Ian Mac- 
pherson. music by H. W. Chuter [of 
Great Britain] ; in F. [15483 

© Aug. 14, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; B 421847; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 



Mar 



iabch. See Lee (Ernest 
n) Six marches. 



Se tea l'erba ; versi anon, musica di 
Stefano Donaudy [of Italy] [15484 
© Auti'. 3, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; 
E 421 636 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Se vroi ch'io mora amok, moeb6 ; versi 

anon, musica di Stefano Donaudy 

[of Italy] r 15485 

© Aug. 3. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; 

E 421639: G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Sea (The) limits; words by Dante 
Gabriel Rossetti, music by Blorence 
Newell Barbour [of U. S.] ; sop. or 
ten. : mezzo-sop. or baritone. 

[15486 
© Aug. 20, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 22. 
191S; E 43U271; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Seasons of life; from the musical 
comedy The runaways, words by 
Leila Brett, music by Irving Cort- 
land Sanders [of Austria] (Cover 
titie : Four seasons of life) [15487 
© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432281 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

See the stars in the windows fob the 

boys over there ; words and music 

by A. E. Gibbs [of U. S.] [15488 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429898; 

Arthur Edgar Gibbs, Washington. 

Seeling (Hans) Twelve concert 
etudes ; by H. Seeling, op. 10, rev. 
by Hans Semper [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Complete. (Edition Wood, no. 871) 
[154S9 
© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3. 
1918; E 432184; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revising] 

Sei it. secondo; walfcer, di Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] [15490 

© 1 c. Sept. 10, 1918; E 432324; 

Rosarlo Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Seigneur (Le) DE Kermor: ouverture. 
do Gabriel-Marie, arr. par Hans Our- 
dine [of France]; orch. avec piano 
conducteur. 4to. [15491 

© .May 11, 1918; 1 C. .June 8, 1918; 
E 121084; Rouart Lerolle et cie.. 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Seeecta opera ; collection choisie no. 7, 
de Oscar van Durme [of France] op. 
01 ; a une on plusieurs voix et orgue. 
Contents: — 1. Panis Angelicus. — 2. 
Ave vernm. — 3. salutaris. — 4. 
Tantnm ergo V. — 5. Tantnm ergo 
XI.— 0. Adoremus. __ [15492 

© May 23, 1918 ; 1 C. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
E 421848; L. J. Biton. St. Laurent- 
sur-Sevre, France. 

Selected music foe technique ok 
dance; comp. and arr. by O. P. Hazel 
and E. M. Mount [of U. S.] ; piano. 
Chicago. 111., Columbia normal school 
of physical education. [15493 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429714; Olive Pierce Hazel 
and Etta M. Mount, Chicago. 

Send a letter to the boys across the 
sea ; wor-is by F. J. O'Neil, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15494 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430224; 

F. .]'. O'Neil, Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Send a lot of jazjz bands over there; 
from Yip yip yaphank, words and 
music by Irving Berlin [of U. S.] 

[15495 
© Aug. 19, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1918 ; 
E 429095 ; Waterson, Berlin & Snyder 
co„ New York. 

Send him back to me; words by L. S. 

Snell, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [15496 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430051; 

Leroy S. Snell, Camp Dix, N. J. 

Send me a real girl; from Some night, 
words and music by Harry Delf [of 
U. S.] [15497 

© Sept. 0, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432285; M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

Send the Huns to join McGinty; 

words by Ida Woess, music by C. 

Woes [Of U. S.] [15498 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; E 430744 ; Carl 

Woess, New York. 

Sento nel core; arietta versi anon, 

musica di Stefano Donaudv [of 

Italy] [15499 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 

E 421020; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Sentry (A) in the moonlight is 
watching ; words and music by G. 
Frantz [of U. S.] Cleveland, O.. As- 
sociate music pub's. [15500 
© Sept. 5. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430733 ; George Frantz, Cleveland. 



Separation (La) d' amour (Love's 
separation) ; val.se intermezzo, by 
Jean Martell, arr. by Henri Jaxon 
[of England] ; orch. 4to. (Orches- 
tral journal of popular music, no. 
593) [15501 

© July 15. 1918; 1 c Aug. 14. 
litis; E 421708; Ascherberg, Rop- 
WOOCl iv Crew, ltd.. London. 

Serenata ; by Ad. Jensen, arr. by -Maud 
Powell [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 
[15502 
© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug, 15, 
191S; E 430120; Breitkopf & Hartel. 
inc.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement for violin] 

Servants' (The) ball; from Tails up, 
words bv Davy Burnaby, music by 
Philip Braham [of England] [15508 
© July 5. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1918; 
E 421501; Ascherberg. Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Service (The) flag; words and music 
by W. E. Wims [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Del mar music co. [15504 

© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 C. Aug. 27. 
1918; E 429910: Wm. Edwin Wims. 
Woodsfteld. O. 

there's a star out for him. words 

and music by Laura Frances Deem 
[of U. S.] [15505 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429941: Willis music CO., 
Cincinnati. 

Service stars and flags; words by A. 

L. Case, music by Christian A. Prae- 

torius [of U. S.] [1550G 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1918: E 432313; 

A. L. Case. Dunnellen, N. J. 

Shadowtime and you; words and mu- 
sic by Eusene Clark Wyatt [of U. S. I 
[15507 
© Aug. 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 430318; Miller pub. CO., 
Peekskill, N. Y. 

Shamrock (The) ship; words and 

music bv Katherin Ward [of V . S.] 

[15508 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 10. 

1918; E 430152; Harold Hammer. 

inc., New York. 

She made me do it; words and music 
by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee [of 
England] [15509 

© July 5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 0. 1918: 
E 421580; Francis. Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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15527 



Sin: s i:v iiyhodv ki.sk s girl hut mine; 
words by Jack Monahan, music by 
Harry Carroll [of U. S.] [15510 

© Aug. 28. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
IMS: E 42999S; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& CO., inc., New York. 

She sleeps beneath the spreading 

oak : words and music by W. H. Cur- 

tiss [of U. S.] [15511 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430699; 

W. H. Curtiss, Pasadena, Cal. 



words by Monroe H. Rosenfeld [of 
U. S.], music by Frank Church. 

[15512 
© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1938: E 429949: Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc.. New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new words and 
arrangement] 

Sue was not so bad foe a country 
gerx : words and music by Bud De 
Sylva [of U. S.] [15513 

© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918: E 432115; Jerome H. Remick 
<fc co.. New York. 

She-boy-gan ; words and music by M. 
Goldberg and Robt. Dailey [of 
U. *S.] Chicago, 111.. Goldberg- 
Dailey music co. [15514 

© Aug. 12 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 429893; Moe Goldberg, 
Chicago. 

Siieherazadk : symphonic suite, by N. 
Rimsky-KorsakoiT, op. 35, trans, by 
P. Gilson, rev. and ed. by Constautin 
Sternberg [of U. S.] ; piano. (Li- 
lirarv of musical classics, v. 1348) 

[15515 

© Aug. 29. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1918; E 430520; G. Schirmer, inc., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

revising and editing] 

Sheherazaidie ; from the Arabian 
1918; E 421736; Sivori A. J. Levey, 
[..fEngland] [15516 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 421736; Sivori A. J. Levey. 
London. 

Shepherds; meditation, bv Wallace A. 
Johnson [of U. R.], op. 16; pf. 

[15517 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
litis ; E 432057; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

i»s - dance. See German 
(Edw. ) Three dances from Henry 
YTIL 



Ship building song; from Ziegfeld 
follies 1918; words by Gene Buck, 
music by Louis A. Hirsch [of U. S.] 
[15518 
© Sept. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14. 
1918; E 432434; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

Shooting the rapids; by Walter Rolfe 
[of U. S.| ; piano. [15519 

© Aug. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 
E 429730; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Shore (The) line of the U. S. A.; 
words by G. Elliott, music by Franz 
Landes [of U. S.] [15520 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
191S; E 430504; Gertrude Elliott, 
Detroit. 

Showman's (The) song; words by 
Robert Barry, music by Harold 
Royston [of Great Britain] [15521 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421695; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Si j 'etais midinette ; ou, Ah tais toi, 
paroles de G. Guibourg (dit Geor- 
uius). nuisique de R. Merrier et H. 
Piccolini [of France] [15522 

© July 30. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
11)1 S : E 421772 ; Marcel Labbe. Paris. 

Si tu m'aimais; versi anon, musica di 
L. Denza [of Italy] ; deux voix. 

[15523 
© Aug. 3. 1918 : 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421632 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Sicilia bella ; mazurka, di Giuseppe 

Tarantola [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] [15524 

© 1 c. Sept. 12. 1918; E 432406: 

Rosario Catalano, Brooklyn. 

Silent moments ; waltz, by J. McDer- 
mott [of U. S.] ; piano. New York, 
Frank Harding [15525 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432190; Joseph McDermott, 
Sranton, Pa. 
Silent (The) song; by A. C. John- 
stone [of U. S.] ; melody and piano. 
[15526 
© 1 c. Aug. 21. 1918; E 4L'97..^ ; 
Alexander Church Johnstone. New 
York. 
Silver (The) lining: words and mu- 
sic bv P. Brook [of U. S.] 4to. 

[15527 
© Sept. 12. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14. 
1918; s 432428; Percy Brook, Brook- 
lyn. 



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15528 



pt. Ill, 11. s., v. 13 



Simplicity; medley march do. 2, ar. by 
Monroe A. Althouse [of IT. S.] ; 
hand. 4tO. [15528 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9. 1918 ; 
E 430738; Howard E. Gerhardt, 
Reading; Pa. 

Since I'm in love with you : from 
Shanghai, words by Win. Cary Dun- 
can, music by Isidore Witmark [of 
U. S.] [15529 

© Aug. 27. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918: E 429998; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. 

Since my gal is gone I've cot the 
blues : words by Al. Herman, music 
by Abner Silver [of U. S.] [15530 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918; E 430099; Joe Morris music 
eo.. Mew York. 

Six:;: you went away: words anon, 
music by W. D. Watkins [of U. S.] ; 
medium in G. [15531 

© Aug. 24. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 429S69; W. D. Watkins, 
Scranton. 

Sing a song of cheek ; words by Lizzie 
Dp Armond, music by D. B. Towner 
[of U. S.] : male voices. [15532 

© Dec. 21. 1917: 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 4304S9; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Stng Bonnie sweet Bessie to he; 
prologue to the film drama Missing, 
words by Harold Taylor Weeks, 
music by II. T. Weeks and Oliver 
Gordon Wallace [of U. S.] [15533 
© July 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1918 ; 
E 432200; Melody simp, Seattle. 

Sing forth His high Eternal name; 
part-song, words anon, music by 
Cuthbert Harris [of Great Britain] : 
mixed voices. (Octavo series, no. 
1229) [15534 

© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug, 22. 
1918; E 421S46; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Sing Yankee Doodle before I go; 
words by L. A. Batchelor. music bv 
E. S. S. -Huntington [of U. S.I 

' © 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430648; 
L. A. Batchelor, Bremerton. Wash. 
Sing ye Jehovah's vratses : anthem. 
by T. F. Seward, arr. by J. Williams 
I of U. S.l ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Octavo series, no. 522) [15536 

© Nov. 27, 1917: 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 432431; Tullar-Meredith co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonic revision, new or^an 
score, and additional ending] 



Singing Yankee Doodle keep it up, 

AS WE MARCH THRO' BERLIN J words 

by E. B. Lamont, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15537 

© 1 c. Any. 10, 1918: E 429551; 

Esther Billings Lamont, Mullinville, 

Kan. 
Sister's prayer. See Musical setting 
for choice confections. 

Skei.etox jangle; .jazz fox-trot, by 

D. J. La Rocca [of U. S.], arr. by 

Leroy Walker; orcli. 4to. [15538 

© Auk. 29. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; K 432024: Leo Foist, inc.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Skyland; words and music hy Q. H. 
Judd [of U. S.l. chorus harmonized 
by K. C. Stearns. [15539 

© Aug. 28, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918: E 432012: George Herbert 
Judd, Washington. 

Skylark (The) : valse vive, hy George 

Spenser [of U. S.J ; piano. [15540 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aim. 30, 

1918; E 432107: Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Slavonic lament; by Schuett-Fried- 
herp:, arr. by Willem WiUeke [of 
I T . S.] ; violoncello and piano. 

© May 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19. 
191S; E 429G74; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Sleep (The) valley; words by Ed- 
ward Teschemaeher. music hy Ar- 
thur E. Godfrey [of Great Britian] : 
in C. [15542 

© July 31, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1918 ; E 421S81 : Metzler & co. (1909), 
ltd., London. 

Sleigh (A) ride; duet, by C. B. Clark 
[of U. S.l : pf. 1. Four hands. 2. 
Six hands. [15543.15544 

© July 3n. 1918: 2 c. each Aug. 30, 
191S: E 43204... 432040: The... I'res- 
ser co., Philadelphia. 

Slumber sea; trio, words by Mary D. 
Lindsay, music by Anna Priscilla 
lusher [of U. S.j ; sop. and alto. 
(Octavo series, no. 71S) [15545 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28 
1918; E 429982; Arlhur P. Schmidt 
co.. Boston. 

Small craft; words hy < !. Fox Smith, 
music by E. Home [of Great Brit- 
ain] [15546 
© July 24, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1918; E 421520; Elsie Home. Lon- 
don. 



964 



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no. 9, 1918 



15566 



Smile when I'm leaving — don't cry 
when I'm gone; words by Eugene 
West, music by Victor Hyde [of 
U. S.] [15547 

© July 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; B 429817; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Smiles ; fox trot intermezzo, by Lee S. 

Roberts [of IT. S.] ; piano. [15548 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 

1918; E 430329; Jerome H. Remick 

& co.. New York. 

Snooky hollow ; words and music by 

K. Mills [of U. S.] [15549 

© Sept. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 

E 432304; Kerry Mills, inc., New 

York. 

Solace; by Sibley G. Pease [of U. S.] ; 

pipe organ. [15550 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432085; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Soldier (A) and his sweetheart; 
words by J. Phoenix, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.| 

[15551 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429619; 
John Phoenix, Firthclift'e, N. Y. 

Soldier (The) and the sailor of the 
U. S. A. ; words by R. M. Niemyer, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [15552 

© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430390; Rose M. Niemyer, 
Hagerstown, Md. 

Soldier boy ; words and music by N. 

McGuire [of U. S.] Cleveland, O., 

Associate music pub's. [15553 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 429830; Nora McGuire, 

Cleveland. 
Soldier boy, God bless you; words 

and music by G. L. Rowland [of 

U. S.] [15554 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 429999; 

Grayce Leimre Rowland, Santa Mon- 



SOI.WIKIMHP. S FAIIMYKI.!,; Wl'ds Ij.V J. 

Buckley, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15555 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429599; 
Jerry Buckley, Aurora, S. D. 

Soldier (The) transport; words by 
B. Brewster, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15556 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429559; 
Blanche Brewster, Salem, Va. 



Soldier's (A) delight; or, I will 
work for Uncle Sam, words and arr. 
by I. D. Morrill, melody by Luther 
A. Clark [of U. S.] [15557 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430166; 
Iva D. Morrill, Blackwell, Okl. 

Soldier's (A) dreams; words by T. B. 
Snyder, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [1555S 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430039: 
Thos. B. Snyder, Lebanon, Pa. 

Soldier's (The) farewell; words and 

music by J. Fiek [of U. S.], arr. bv 

Thomas Carroll [of U. S.] 115559 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 430144; 

Joseph Fick. New Orleans. 

words by E. Horlan. music by 

Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago,. 
II!., North American music pub. co. 

[15560 
© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 : 
E 430406; Elmer Horlan, Laquin, 
Pa. 

• words by R. Powers, music bv H. 

Teuber [of U. S.] [15561 

© May 25, 1918 ; 2 c. July 30. 1918 ; 
E 430342; Helen Teuber & Richard 
Powers, San Diego, Cal. 

Soldier's farewell to home ; words by 
S. Kascak, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15562: 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 4306S2; 
Sarah Kascak, Sellersville, Pa. 

Soldier's last prayer; words by S. 
Beck, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North American 
music pub. co. [15563 

© July 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430396 ; Sophia Beck, Chicago. 

Soldiers of Christ arise; words by 
Albert Simpson Reitz, music by D. B. 
Towner [of U. S.] ; male voices. 

[15564 
© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430492; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Soldiers of the air; march, by James 
M. Fulton [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. 

[15565 

© July 24, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 191S ; 

E 432212; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Soldiers (The) of Uncle Sam : words 
and music by A. B. Kasmussen [of 
U. S.] Milwaukee, Wis.. II. Kas- 
mussen. [15566 
© Aug. 12, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 
B 129712; Adelaide B. Rasmussen, 
Milwaukee. 



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25507 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Some day : words and anisic by Will H. 
Ruebush [of U. S.l : male voices. 

[15567 
© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430470: Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Some day my sweetheart will comb 
back to me; words by J. Dyers, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
I'. S.| [15568 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430201; 
Joseph Dyers. New Bedford, Mass. 

Some day soon ; words by Charles Roff, 
music by H. E. Baden [of Great 
Britain] ; in E flat. [15569 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421716 ; Newman pub. CO., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Some day waiting will end ; from The 
girl behind the gun, by Ivan Caryll, 
arr. by S. Deshon [of U. S.J ; orch. 
4to. [15570 

© Aug. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1918 ; 
E 429962; Chappell & CO., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is 4 claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

words by P. G. Wodehouse, 

music by Ivan Caryll [of Great Brit- 
ain domiciled at New York] [15571 
© Aug. 26, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 27. 1918 ; 
E 429964; Chappell & CO., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Some time; words by Deuham Harri- 
son, music by Bay Russell [of Eng- 
land] [15572 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421585; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Some wonderful sort of someone; 
from Look who's here, words by 
Schuyler Greene, music by Geo. 
( leishwin [of U. S.] [15573 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 432228; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Someone thinks of someone; words 
by P. Scott, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15574 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430690; 
Pearl Scott, Dickinson, N. D. 

Something doing over the way ; from 
Talis, words by Ronald Jeans, music 
by Ivor Novello [of England] [15575 
© July 15, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 421707; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 



Something that money can't buy: 
from Some night, words and music 
by Harry Delf [of U. S.] [15576 
© Sept. 6. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432286; 3.1. Witmark .V sons. New 
York. 

Somewhere beyond the shadows; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Herbert Matheson [of Great Brit- 
ain] : in F. [15577 
© July 31, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 421 S83 ; Metzler & co. (1909 1 
ltd.. London. 

Somewhere in America; a patriotic 
musical comedy, in two acts, words 
and music by Fred L. Moreland and 

Robt T. Moreland [of I T . S.] Con- 
tents: 1. We'll nail the Stars and 
Stripes to the Kaiser's door. 2. I 
want ;i soldier boy to correspond 
with me. 3. Just say you'll be true. 

4. What can I do to make you love 
me. 5. The best relation that we 
have is Uncle Sammy. [1557s 

© May 15. 1918; 2 c. June 3. 
1918; E 500395: Moreland bros., 
song foundry, Adrian, Mich. 

Somewhere in Fbance; words by H. 
G. Lainhart, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15579 

© July 31. 191 S: 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 43042S; Helen Grace Lain- 
hart. Owego, N. Y. 

words by L. Yogel. music by Leo 

Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. CO. 

[155S0 
© July 31, 101 S; li c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 430431: Lucy Yogel. High- 
land Park, Ky. 

Somewhere in France with you; 
words by S. E. Watts, music by E. 

5. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15581 
© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26. 

191S; E 429S52: Sadie Elinor Walts, 

Caldwell, Kan. 

Somewhere in Spain ; words and 

melodv by E. H. Knopf [of U. S.l 

[15582 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 191S: E 4-9770; 

Edwin H. Knopf. New York. 

Somewhere over there my hoy ls 
fighting: words by D. Rosenthal, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. 
S.] [15583 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430657; 
David Rosenthal, Gulfport, Miss. 



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>. 9, 1918 



15G00 



S021 is (G. B.) Sonate; de G. B. Somis, 
arr. par J. Salmon [of France] 
(Oeuvres d'auteurs anciens, nos. 
414, 37S) 1. Violoncello et piano, 
sol rriajeur. 2. Yiolon et piano, sol 
majeur. [15584, 15585 

© July 30. 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421804. 421827; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Son (The) she never had; words by 
Addison Burkhardt, music by John 
T. Hall [of T T . S.] [15586 

© May 15, 191S ; 2 c. June 1, 1918 ; 
E 420333 : Bizet music pub. co.. New 
York. 

Sonata. See Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Sonata, op. 70, in La flat maggiobe, 
Ritorno a Pakigi. »S'ee Dussek (G. 
L.) Tre sonate. 

Sonata, op. 77. in Fa minoke, Invo- 
cations. See Dussek (G. L.) Tre 
sonate. 

Sonate, sol minoke. See Dussek (G. 
L. ) Tre sonate. 

Sonatina Americana; by Frederick 

Boothroyd [of TJ. S.] ; pf. [15587 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432039; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Sonatine; di Antonio Diabelli, op. 151, 
168. nuova edizione reveduta da Er- 
nesto Marciano [of Italy] ; pf. 

[15588 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 e. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 421601 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Song (A) foe our soldiers and 
nurses; set to tune America, words 
and music by D. Rodefer [of TJ. S.] 
[15589 

© Aug. 16. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918 ; E 430182 ; Delia Rodefer, Chi- 
cago. 

Song (The) or bbotheb Hilario; 
words by Stephen Chalmers, music 
by Ralph Cox [of U. S.] ; sop. or 
ten.— alto, or baritone. [15.190 

© Aim-. 28, 1918: 2 c. each Aug. 
28, 1918; E 432008; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co.. Boston. 

Song (A) ok freedom; words and 

music by A. Benson [of U. S.] 

[15591 

© Aug. 12. 1918; 2 c. Aim. 19. 

1018; E 420704: Anna Benson, Chi- 



Song oe happiness ; by Walter Rolfe 
[of TJ. S.] : piano. (Riddles and 
rhymes, no. 15444) [15592 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918: E 432090; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Song (The) of liberty ; words by 
Franklin Crispin, music by Wassili 
Leps [of U. S.] [15593 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432135; Joseph Morris co., 
Philadelphia. 

Song (A) of spring; words and music 
by W. H. Neidlinger [of TJ. S.] ; low 
in C. [15594 

© Oct. 9. 1902; 2 c. Aug. 22. 
1918: E 430269: Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Song of the canoe; by Hallett Gil- 
berts, arr. by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; 
full orch. [15595 

© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 4296S9; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Song of the glen ; bv Mae Aileen Erb 
[of TJ. S.] op. 17, no. 2, piano. 
(Spring fancies, no. 2) [15596 

© Aug. 11. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918: E 432202: B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Song oe the mermaids ; barcarolle, by 
Waller Rolfe [of TJ. S.] ; piano. 

[15597 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429728; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Song of the mountaineers ; words by 
Edward Oxenford, music by Seymour 
Smith, ed. by Walter H. Aiken [of 
TJ. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. (Willis 
collection no. 184) [15598 

© Aug. 19. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918 : E 430349 : Willis music co.. Cin- 
cinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Song of the trees ; from the farce He 
didn't want to do it, words by Geo. 
Broadhurst. music by Silvio Hein 
Tof U. S.] [15599 

© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21. 
1918; E 429762; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Song (The) of THE typewriter ; from 
Shanghai, words by Win. Gary Dun- 
can, music by Isidor Witmark [of 
TJ. S.l [15600 

© Aug. 27. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429994: M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



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. v.13 



Song (The) of the world; from He 
didn't want to do it, words by Geo. 
Broadhurst, music by Silvio Hein 
[of U. S.] [15601 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429761; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Songe. See Caplet (Andre) Quatre 
poemes. 

Songs of liberty and patriotism; 
teomp. by J. C. Temple, of U. S.] 
Columbus, Ohio, The J. C. Temple 
company [19181 34 p. 8vo. [15602 
© Sept. 7, 191S ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1918 ; 
aff. Sept. 13. 1918 ; A 503349 ; James 
C. Temple, Columbus, O. 

Songs of our Oregon ; [words by De 
Witt Gilbert and others, music by Al- 
bert Perfect and others, of U. S.] 
35 p. 8vo. [15603 

© July 4, 1918 ; 2 c. July 19, 191S ; 
aff. Aug. 20, 1918 ; A 501543 ; Mighty 
Oregon pub. co., Eugene, Or. 

Songs that are different; words by 
F. Martin Lehman, music by F. M. 
Lehman and Claudia Lehman Mays 
[of U. S.] bk. 1. [15604 

© July 3, 1918 ; 2 c. July 16, 1918 ; 
aff. July 30, 1918; A 500868; Freder- 
ick M. Lehman, Pasadena. 

Sons of freedom alt. ; words by J. J. 
McCarthy, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15605 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; E 430636 ; Jo- 
seph J. McCarthy, Providence, It. I. 

Southern moon ; by Fred Heltman 
and A. H. Eastman [of U. S.] ; orch. 
4to. [15606 

© Aug. 15. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429655; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 

Southwark canticles ; with versicles 
and responses, by A. Madeley Rich- 
ardson [of England, domiciled at 
New York] 4to. [15607 

© July 17, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
22, 1918; A 500691; G. Schirmer, 
inc., New York. 

Spaniola; Spanish fox trot, by Joe 

Rosey [of U. S.] ; piano. [1560S 

© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1918 ; E 432000 ; Jerome H. Remick 

& co., New York. 

Spanish maid (Nina Espaonla) ; 
from Sometime, words by Rida 
Johnson Young, Spanish version by 
M. C. Boveda, music by Rudolf 
Friml [of U. S.] [15609 

© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432300; G. Schirmer, inc.. New 
York. 



Speak krom the far beyond; words 

by Kdward Lockton, music by 

Robiua Gregory [of Great Britain] 

[15610 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918: 

E 421712; Newman pub. CO., ltd., 

London. 

Sphere (The) of our flag; words and 

melody by I. S. Bier [of U. S.| 

1 15611 
© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E 432017; 
Ira S. Bier, Orting, Wash. 
Spieate fur, spirate; versi anon, 
musica di Stefano Donnudy [of 
Italy] [15612 

© Aug. 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918 ; 
E 4i , 1627: G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 
Spirit (The) of America; words by 
V. L. Noyes. melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [15613 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429794; 
Violet L. Noyes, Carthage, N. Y. 
Spirit (The) of the navy; by A. E. 
Boroughf [of U.'S.] arr. by E. W. 
Berry [of U. S.] ; band. 4to. [15614 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c Aug. 28. 
1918; E 429951; A. E. Boroughf. 
Great Lakes, 111. 
Spring days ; by Mae Aileen Erb [of 
U. S.] op. 17, no. 5; piano. (Spring 
fancies, no. 5) [15015 

© Aug. 11, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31. 
1918; E 432205; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 
Spring-time dance; by Theodore Put- 
ton [of U. S.] pf. (Characteristic 
pieces for the pianoforte, no. 15394 ) 
[15616 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30. 
1918: E 432054; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Spring's awakening; reverie, by Os- 
car Allon [of Great Britain] ; piano. 
[15617 
© Aug. 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3d. 
1918; E 421899; Orpheus music pub. 
CO., London. 
Squab (The) farm; from The passing 
show of 191S, words by Harold At- 
tendee, music by Signuinil Romberg 
[of U. S.] I L5618 

© Aug. 15, 191S; 2 c. Aug. L5, 
1918 ; E 430121 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 
Stainless soldier on the walls : 
words by Ralph Waldo Emerson, 
music by Clarence Dickinson [of 
U. S.]; medium. [15619 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
191S; E 429773: II. W. Cray CO., 
New York. 



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no. 9, 1918 



15035 



Stamp the germ, then return, out 
■ of Germany; words and music by 
S. H. Mandel [of U. S.], arr. by Ru- 
dolf Thaler [of U. S.] [15620 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432117; 
Sidney Herbert Mandel, Philadel- 
phia. 

Stand behind the man behind the 
gun ; words by John Keevon, music 
by E. Fortunate [of U. S.] [15621 
© Sept. 9, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918 ; E 432401 ; Eugenio Fortunate, 
Philadelphia. 

Stand by the flag boys, the flag 
that's always stood by you ; words 
bv J. E. Rayl, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [15622 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430111; 
J. E. Rayl, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Stand up and fight like h ; 

words and music by Geo. M. Cohan, 
war version bv Alfred Bryan [of 
U. S.] [15623 

© Aug. 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S; E 429948; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on new words and 
arrangement] 

Stand up for dear Old Glory ; words 
and music by Guy A. Surber [of 
U. S.] [15624 

© Aug. 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429708: B. M. Surber, 
George, la. 

Standard graded course of studies ; 
comp. by W. S. B. Mathews, rev and 
enlarged bv Theodore Presser [of 
U. S.] ; pf. grade III. [15625 

© July 30, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432027; Theo. Preser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on revising and enlarging] 

St 



'ANDARD song 


TRL 


ASU 


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C S selected 


songs, 


comp. 


by 


Th 


jodo 


■e Presser 


[of U. 


S.] 








[15626 


© J 


uly 3C 


, 1 


SIS; 


2 c 


Aug. 30, 



1918; E 4:12028: Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation] 



;<cc Flag of the star- 



St.anwix; tune, 
light. 

Star (A) for him; words by Kenneth 

Graham Duffield, music and arr. by 

D. Sapirstein [of U. S.] [15627 

© 1 c. Aug. 27, 1918; E 430370; 

David Sapirstein, New York. 



Star of my life; by Lao Silesu [of 
Great Britain], arr. by H. M. Higgs 
[of Great Britain] ; salon orch. 4to. 
(Salon orchestral journal, no. 25) 

[15628 

© July 24, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 9, 

1918 ; E 421622 ; Chappell & co., ltd.. 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Star (The) Spangled Banner; by 
Samuel Arnold [and] America; by 
Henry Carey; arr. by R. M. Stults 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [15629 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 43210S; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Starlight ; serenade, by Chas. L. 
Johnson [of U. S.] ; piano. [15630 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26. 
1918 ; E 429859 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

Stars and Stripes to victory ; words 
and music by J. Landre [of Ger- 
many, domiciled at Jersev City, N. 
J.] ' [15631 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429849; 
Julius Landre, Jersey City, N. J. 

Sterling (The) silver moon; from 
Yip-yip-yaphank, words and music 
by Irving Berlin [of U. S.] [15632 
© Aug. 19, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 20. 
1918; E 429699; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Stick around for the new jazz band : 
words by A. J. Mills, music by J. A. 
Tunbridge [of England] " [15633 
© Aug. 12. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13. 
1918; E 421666; Star music pub. co.. 
ltd., London. 

Stick forever or win : words and 
music by C. H. Horton [of U. S.l, 
arr. by Fred Fleming [of U. S.] 

[15634 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1918; B 430:141: 

Chas. Herbert Horton, Boston, Mass. 

Stick yovb chest otrr and foixow the 
boys: words by R. II. F. Spratt, 
music by F. s. S. Huntington [of 
U. S..| [15635 

© 1 c Aug. 22, litis ; E 430207; 
Reuben 11. F. Spratt. Baltimore. 

Still as the night; part song, words 
tr. by M. .1. Bartnett, music by Carl 
Bohm, op. 326. no. 27. arr. by N. 
Clifford Page [of T T . S.] ; mixed 



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Sin i as the night — Continued. 

voices. 4to. (Part-song's for mixed 
voices, no. 13258) [15636 

© June 11, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918; E 429824; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Stobiklla allegro. See Piecole scene 
d'infanzia. 

Stream's (The) secret; words by- 
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, music by 
Florence Newel! Barbour [of U. S.] ; 
mezzo-sop. or baritone ; sop. or ten. 
[15637 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430273; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Students' (The) obchestra folio; 
collection of pieces for young or- 
chestras, compiled and arr. bv John 
N. Klohr [of U. S.] ; orch. 4to. 

[15638 

© Aug. 2, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 

1918; E 429383; John Church co.. 

Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Submarine (The) hunt; words by 
R. H. Ireland, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [15639 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918: E -132195: 
R. H. Ireland. Richmond Hill. L. I., 
N. Y. 

Sudden light; words by Dante Ga- 
briel Rossetti, music by Florence 
Newell Barbour [of U. S.] : mezzo 
sop. or baritone; sop. or ten. 

[15640 
© Aug. 20. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430272: Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Sul cavallo di legno. See Piecole 
scene d'infanzia. 

Suix \ spiaggia a Cunailand : versi 
di G. Scotto di Carlo, musica di A. 
Montalto [of U. S.] canto e mande- 
lino. [15641 

© Aug. 24. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429938: Italian hook co.. 
inc.. New York. 

Sunshine alley: from Everything, 
words by R. H. Rurnside and J. L. 
Golden [of U. S.]. music by R. P. 
Weston and Bert Lee. New York, 
T. B. Harms and Francis. Day & 
Hunter. [15642 

© Aug. 27. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 432266; R. H. Burnside & 
John L. Golden. New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on American ver- 
sion] 



Sunshine (The) eoad; words by Ida 
McGill, music by Mabel Royal [of 
Great Britain] 1 15643 

© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 42169:',: Newman pub. co.. 
ltd., London. 

.Sweet heathek bloom; words and 
music by Declan Allen [of U. S.] 
arr. by Edgar Allyn Cole [of U. S.] 
[15644 
© Aug 26. 1918; 2 ,-. Aug. 28, 
litis: E 429958; United music pro- 
duction co., Toledo, O. 

Sweet little woman o'mine; words 
by Frank L. Stanton, music by Floy 
Little Bartlett. arr. by Paul Am- 
brose [of U. S.] 1. Men's voices. 
(Octavo series, no. 428) — 2. Mixed 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 178) 

[15845, 15646 
© Aug. 20. 1918: 2 c. each Aug. 
22, 1918; E 430279. 430280: Arthur 
P. Schmidt co.. Boston. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Sweet memories; polka, by A. M. Lo 
Scalzo [of Italy, domiciled at New 
York] ; piano. [15647 

© July 3. 1918; 2 c. July 29. 
1918; E 427798: Anthony Michael 
Lo Scalzo. New York. 

waltz, by Chas. L. Johnson [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [15648 

© Aug. 21. 191S: 2 c. Aug. 26. 
1918: E 429858; Forster music 
publisher, inc., Chicago. 

Sweet Molly McGee; words by J. 
Phoenix, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15649 
© 1 c. Aug. 16. 1918: E 429618: 
John Phoenix. Firthcliffe. N. Y. 

Sweetheart: romance. verses by 
Nicholas Douty, music by Eddie 
Fox [of IT. S.] r 15650 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30. 
1918; E 432(153; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 

Sweetheart I'll he true: words by 

E. Evarts, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 

ington [of C. S.] [15651 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429623; 

Elizabeth Evarts. New York. 

Sweetheart 'mid battle I*m dream- 
ing : words by B. L. Henning. music 
by Leo Friedman [of I T . S.] Chi- 
cago. 111.. North American music 
pub. co. [15652 

© June 25. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1918; E 129879: Bernard Lynch 
Henniog, Washington. 



970 



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no. 9, 1918 



Sweetheart's (A) volunteer; words 

by E. H. Collier, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15653 

© 1 e. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430233; 

E. H. ('oilier. Palatka, Pla. 

Swing low, sweet chaeiot; darkey 

spiritual, collected and arr. by 
David W. Guion [of U. S.'l : in A 
flat. [15654 

© Aug. 23. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918 ; E 439343 : M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Swingin' along with Lindy; from 
Just around the corner, words by 
Gus Kahn, music by Egbert Van 
Alstyne [of U. S.] [15655 

© Aug. 23. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918; E 4298S2; Jerome H. Remick 
& co M New York. 

Symphonic poem no. 2; broken 

thoughts, solo, by E. E. Harder [of 

U. S.] ; organ. [15656 

© 1 c. June 12, 1918; E 425639; 

Erwin E. Harder, Chicago. 

T'amo (Love song) ; Italian words by 
A. Righetti, English words by Mow- 
bray Marras, music by Manlio Di 
Veroli [of Great Britain] [15657 

© July 3. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 
E 421746; Schott & co., London. 

Tag (Der) Bill you're it; words bv 
E. R. Leach, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15658 
© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430242; 
E. R. Leach, Kevin, Mont. 

Tails up; from Tails up, words by 
Ronald Jeans, music by Philip 
Braham [of England] [15659 

© June 28, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918: E 421702: Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Take a chance ; words and melodv by 
E H. Knopf [of U. S.] [15660 

© 1 c. Aug. 21. 1918; E 429778; 
Edwin H. Knopf. New York. 

Take mk back to that bose covered 

shack : words by William Jerome, 
melodv by Harrv Jentes and Milton 
Ager [of U. S.] [15661 

© 1 c. Aug. 28. 1918; E 429974; 
Leo Foist, inc.. New York. 

Take off Yuri! hat; words by C. Ok- 

Stad, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [15662 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429588; 

Carl Okstnd, Timber Lake, s. p. 



15670 

Tale (A) of the fireside; words by 
J. J. Thornton, music bv J. R. Shan- 
non [of U. S.] [15663 
© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1918 ; 
E 430520 ; Yandersloot music co., 
Williamsport, Pa. 

Tambourin ; de J. M. Leelair, arr. par 
J. Salmon [of France] (Oeuvres 
d'auteurs anciens, nos. 399, 363 ) 1. 
Violoncelle et piano. 2. VioloD 
et piano. [15664, 15665 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918: E 421753, 421760; Societe" 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Tantum ergo ; de Jacques Chanaud 
[of France] ; basse, avec Face. 
<l'orgue et choeurs obliges, voix de 
femmes. 4to. [15666 

© Apr. 16, 191S; 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1918; E 421531; Hachette & cie.. 
Paris. 

Tantum ergo. Y, XI. See Selecta 
opera ; collection choisie, no. 7. 

Taps. See Griffes (Charles T.) Six 
bugle-call pieces. 

Tarantella mpicciosa ; versi di G. E. 
Pasqualotto. musica di Gennaro 
Quaranta [of Italy, domiciled at 
New York] ; canto e mandolino. 

[15667 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430316: 
Gaetano Esposito Pasqualotto, New 
York. 

Tar's (The) farewell; words anon, 
music by Stephen Adams, arr. bv 
D. B. Towner [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [15668 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug! 29. 
191S; E 430490; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Teach mk O Lord; anthem, by Neu- 
komm, arr. by R. M. Neal [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
i Octavo series, no. 521 ) [15669 

© Nov. 27, 1917; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 432432; Tullar-Meredith co„ 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on harmonic revision, organ score 
and phrasing] 

Teach me to be a BRAVB soldier, one 
like daddy is now : words and music 
by K. Mills [of V. S.] [15670 

© Sept. 7, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
191S: E 432305: Kerry Mills, inc.. 
New York. 



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Tell dad I got over the top; words 
and music by B. Alderman [of 
U S.], a rr. by B. Alderman and 
Jack Virgil [of U. S.] [15671 

© 1 c. Aug. 15. 1918; E 430104; 
Beatrice Alderman, Fremont, Neb. 

Tell some one to-day ; words by Fran- 
cis M. Moore, music by H. G. Bailey 
[of U. S.]. [15672 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429736; Hillary G. Bailey, 
Anderson, Ind. 

Ten thousand times ten thousand; 

bv C, Jacobs-Bond [of U. S.], arr. 

bv Harry L. Alford Lot' U. S.] ; 

orcb. 4to. [15673 

© Aug. 31, 191S; 2 c. Sept. 7, 

1918; E 432307; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 

& son. Chicago. (Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 
Tend to your own business and I'll 

tend to mine; words and music by 

D. Driscoll [of U. S.] [15674 

© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 

1918; E 432350; David Driscoll, 

Springfield, O. 
Tekky (Annie B.) Melody; by A. B. 

Terry [of U. S.] ; pf. [15675 

© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 4, 

1918; E 430556; Annie B. Terry, 

Boston. 
Teukelhunden ; by I. Tidestrom [of 

U. S.J ; piano. [15676 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429848; 

Ivar Tidestrom, Washington. 
Thalia; valse di salon; by Walter 

Rolfe [of U. S.] ; piano. [15677 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1918; E 429727; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 
That deeam waltz melody; from the 

farce In and out, words by Collin 

Davis, music by Jos. E. Howard [of 

U. S.] [15678 

© July 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

1918; E 429812; Charles K. Harris, 

New York. 
That liV old home ; words and 

music bv George A. Stevens [of 

England] [15679 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 

E 421583; Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 
That marching melody; from Yes 

uncle, words by Clifford Grey, music 

bv Guv Le Feuvre [of England] 

[15680 
© Aug. 22, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 22, 

1918; E 421845; B. Feldman & co., 

London. 



That old pai. of mine; words by D. 

('. Given, melodv by !:. A. Browne 

[of U. S.| [15681 

© 1 «•. Aug. 24. 1918; E 430337: 

Dudley C. Green, Westboro, Mass. 

That's now long I'll i.ove Old Glory 
and you; words by E. Weiner, mel- 
odv bv R. A. Browne [of V. S.] 

[15682 
© 1 c. Auk. 19. litis: B 429743 : 
Elizabeth Weiner, Baltimore. 

That's the time: won Is by G 
Jackson, F. E. Mendenhall ami O. 
Monroe, ace. by E. Monroe [of 1'. 
S.] Springfield. (>.. Jackson music 
co. [15683 

© Aug. 31. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 
1918; E 4323S2: Jackson & Monroe, 
Springfield, O. 

That sweet someday; words by Olive 
Primrose, music by Olga Rudd [of 
Great Britain] ; in E flat. [15684 
© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421696; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

That ticking taxi's waiting at the 
door; from The girl behind the gun, 
words by P. G. Wodehouse, music 
bv Ivan Caryll [of Great Britain, 
domiciled at New York] [15685 

© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429971; Chapped & co., ltd., 
London. 

That wonderful night ; words by 
Ethel Nora, music by Brenda Gavne 
[of England] [15686 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421584; Francis. Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Thelma : polka, by B. Mauceri [of 

Italy, domiciled at Brooklyn] ; 

violin. [156S7 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1918; E 432311; 

Baldassare Mauceri, Brooklyn. 

Then the bets shall all be paid : 
words bv E. L. Swanson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

[15688 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430627: 
Eldon L. Swanson, Grand Rapids. 
Mich. 
There goes Old Glory, your flag 
and mine ; words by F. Srock, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15689 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429612; 
Frank Srock, Ramey, Pa. 



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no. 9, 1918 



There is far away across the sea; 

words and music by G. N. Goyco 

[of U. S.] [15690 

© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430697; 

G. N. Goyco, Toledo, O. 

There's a ball game to-dat ; words 

by W. H. Gordon, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.l [15691 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429590; 

W. H. Gordon, Pittsburgh, N. Y. 

There's a big soft spot in my heart ; 
from Up in the air, words by Michael 
Corner and Waldo C. Twitched, 
music by Arthur M. Founder [of 
U. S.] [15692 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Kept. 6, 
1918; E 430H93: Sherman Clay & 
CO., San Francisco. 

There's a cross ox the asm of the 
girt. I love; a tribute, words and 
music by Coletta Power [C. P. Liv- 
ingstone, of U. S.] Onlc Park. 111., 
Livingstone pub. co. [13693 

© July 16. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429539; Coletta Power Liv- 
ingstone, Oak Park, 111. 

There's a hh,l t.oxf. and gray; words 



by R. 


Carradine. music b 


v D. B. 


Townei 


[of TJ. S.] ; male v< 


[15694 


© D 


;c. 21. 1917; 2 c. 


Auir. 29. 


1918; 1 


C 430486; Charles 


>I. Alex- 



Caryll, arr. I) 


• S. Deshon [of U. 


© Aug. 26 

191 S; E 429! >< 
Urn [on. [Co 


1918; 2 c. Auk. 
3; Chappell & co., 

lyright is claimed 



words by P. G. Wodehouse, 

music by [van Caryll [of Great 
Britain, domiciled at New York] 

[15096 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27. 
191^; E 429973; Chappell & co.. ltd.. 
London! 
Etebe's s 



TI.E GOLD STAR IX THE 

SERVICE flag : words by Joe Cron- 
>ri, rpusic by H. B. Freeman [of 

U. g.] [15697 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1918; E 430497; 

Harold B. Freeman, Providence, 

R. T. 

IhTEitE's A MEETING HEBE TO-NIGHT; 

words by Hide Dudley, music by 

John Victor Anion [of l r . S.], arr. 
by L. J. Fuiks [of r. s.| [15698 
© 1 c Sept. 7. 1918; E 432312; 
Lewis ,T. Finks, New York. 



There's a mother at home who is 

waiting; words and music by C. A. 

West [of U. S.] [15699 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 191S; E 429610; 

Carl A. West, Somerville, Mass. 

There's a picture draped in moubn- 
ing, for the gallant boy who won 
the cross of gold ; words and music 
by Jack Coleman [of U. S.], arr. by 
John Lawrence O'Connor [of U. S.] 
[15700 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430324: 
Jack Coleman and Chas. Brinson, 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

There's a star in the wixdow for 
you my boy ; words and music by 
K. Stewart [of Scotland], arr. by 
Thomas C. Freeman [of U. S.] 

[15701 
© 1 c. Sept. 3. 1918; E 432225: 
Kenneth Stewart, New York. 

There's a trampling sound along the 
seashore; words by S. A. Simson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [15702 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430655: 
Stella Archer Simson, So. Sudbury, 
Mass. 

There's life in the old dog y*et ; 
from Tiie girl behind the sun, by 
Ivan Caryll. arr. by S. Deshon [of 
F. S.l : orch. 4to. [15703 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 430545; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

words by P. G. Wodehouse. 

music by Ivan Caryl] [of Great Brit- 
ain, domiciled at New York] 

[15704 
© Aug. 26. 191S: 2 e. Aug. 27. 
1918; E 429966; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

There's nary a streak of yellow tx 
Uncle Sam's nephews; words by 
A. M. Quintal, music by J. E. Au- 
di no [of U. S.l [15705 
© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430212; 
Alice M. Quintal. Naples. 111. 

There's oxi.v one; words by E. II. 
Knopf, melody by E. H. Knopf and 
David M. Minton, jr. [of U. S.] 

[15706 
© 1 c. Aug. 21. 1918; E 429776; 
Edwin IT. Knopf. Now York. 

There's room for thee; hymn, words 
by It. 11. McDaniel. music bt Chas. 
IT. Gabriel [of D, S.l ri5707 

© Sept. 4. 191S: 2 C. Sept. 7. 
1918; K 432278; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 



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pt.ni 



ii.s., v. 33 



There's some-one fbom this house 
some-whebe ix France; words by 
G. A. Mullen, music ))v R. Rech [of 
r. s.i [15708 

© Aug. 7. 1918; -2. .-. Aug. !<;, 
1918; E 430130; Robert Bech, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Thebe's something about you; duet, 

from The bubble girl, words by 
Henry Blossom, music bv Uda Wal- 
drop [of U. S.] [15709 

© Sept. 0. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918; 
E 432284 : M. Witmark & sons. New 
York. 

Therese. Sec Massenet (Jules Emile 
Frederic) 

They all had eyes like yours; 
words and melody bv Du Vernet 
Rabell (Mrs. C. F. Rabell) [of 
r. S.], arr. by Tbeodore Westman 
[Of U. S.I [15710 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918: E 420547; 
Mrs. C. F. Rabell. New York. 

They ale look alike in khaki; 

words and music by R. P. Weston, 

Tony Lloyd and Bert Lee [of Eng- 
land] [15711 
© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. G, 1918 ; 

E 421582; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
Loudon. 

They are calling; words by E. H. 
Bowstead, music bv E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.I [15712 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430662; 
E. H. Bowstead, Pittsburgh. 

They are going to win the vtctory; 
words by W. Sonders. music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago. 111.. 
North American music pub. co. 

! 15713 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430408: William Sonders, 
CopTay, Pa. 

They owe you a heart oe golb; 
words and music by Mark Beam [of 
T. S.] [15714 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432188; Frank Harding, 
Now York. 

They'll bring the sunshine hack 
again ; words and music by Billy 
Price Augustin, [i. e. W. P. Angus- 
tin, of U. S.I New Orleans, La., 
Augustin pub. co. [15715 

© Aug. 20, 1018; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1018; E 430317; William Price j 
Augustin. New Orleans. 



1 HEY WILL GET HIM OVER TI1EKB : 

words by F. L. Schiller, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
IM716 
© July 31, 101 S: 2 c. \ 
1918; E 430407; F. Lawrence Schif- 
ler, Fostoria, O. 

THOSE MOONLIGHT NIGHTS IN FRANCE; 
words by Kathleen Maryon Moir. 
music and arr. by Mary Rucker 
Brooke [of U. S.| [15717 

© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918; E 432258; 
Mrs. E. L. Moir and Mrs. E. S. 
Brooke, Roanoke, Ya. 

Thou thinkest Lord or me. See Vbl- 
unteer choir, y. 5. no. 11 

Thought (A) ; words and music bv 
E. J. Polak [of U. S.] ; in D liar. 
New York. Polak studio. [15718 

© Sept. 6, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 9. 
1918; E 430731; Emil J. Polak. New 
York. 

Thousand ( A i yeabs < > blessed story ; 
hymn, words by Gustavea E. Miller, 
music by D. B. Towner [of U. 8.] : 
male voices. [15719 

© Dec. 21, 1017: 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1018: E 430403; Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 

Three cheeks for oub bbave soldier 

hoys; words and music by N. Porter 

[of U. S.I [15720 

© 1 c. Sept. 0. 1918; E 430892; 

Nellie Porter. Manown, Pa. 

Three cheers fob Pbesident Wilson : 
words by John Vincent, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.I 

[15721 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1018: E 429603: 
Olive L. Jones. Waupun. Wis. 

Three (The) horsemen : words and 
music bv S. Levey [of England] 

[15722 
© Aug. 15. 1918; 1 C Aug. 16. 
1918; E 421735: Sivori A. J. Levey. 
London. 

Thbee in <>ne and One in Three: 
anthem, words by 6. Rorison, music 
by F. W. Wadely [of England] : 
treble voices, organ ace. 4to. (Chor- 
ister series of church music, no. 61) 
[15723 
© Aug. 9. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918 ; 
E 421643; Novello & co.. ltd., Ix>n- 
don. 



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Do. 9. 1918 



Through all the yeabs to be; words 
by I. West, music by Fred Quintrell 
[of Australia domiciled in New 
York) [15724 

© 1 c. Aug. 81, 1918; E 430-112; 
Irene West, Los Angeles. 

TlIEOUGH AX OBANGE GBOVE J 1)V Roland 

Diggle [of U. S.] : organ. (Cali- 
fornia suite, no. 1) [15725 
© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429754; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 



Through the day Thy 


love has 


bbought us ; part-song 


words by 


Thomas Kelly, music b\ 


Harold V. 


Milligan [of U. S.] ; m 


xed voices. 


(Octavo series, sacred, i 


o. 1245) 




[15720 


© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 


C. Aug. 22, 


191 S; E 430275; Arthur 


P. Schmidt 



co., Boston. 

Thuxderct.oudk and sunshine; by 
Carl Willie! m Kern [of U. S.] ; op. 
356 ; no. 2 ; pf . ( Four characteristic 
sketches, no. 1539S) [15727 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
191S: E 432002; Theo. Presser co.. 
Philadelphia. 



TICK] 



azz !»; 



tin 



• Lerc 
J. S.3 ; orch. 4to. 

© Aim-. 29. 1918; : 
432023; Leo F 



York. [Cop; 
rangement] 






al Dixieland 
• Walker [of 
r 15728 
c. Aug. 30. 
ist. inc.. New 
limed <>n ar- 



Tri.r, ' 

MOT 



: T.i 



IT DID IX THE DAYS GONE 

by ; words by Percival Knight, mu- 
sic by Gitz Pice [of Canada! [15729 
© July 29. 1918: 2 c. July 30. 
litis ; E 421500; Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. 

Till we meet again; words by Ray- 
mond B. Kuan, music by Richard A. 
Whiting [of U. S.l [15730 

© Aim-. 30. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 30, 
L918; E 132110: Jerome H. Remick 
& co.. New York. 

Tiij, you come hack to me: words by 
Pat Paterson, music by Cuthbert 
Clarke [of Great Britain] [15731 
© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13. 1918 ; 
E 421700: Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Tim Rooney's at the kiohtin' ; quick 
march on the popular song by Norah 
Flynn. arr. by Shipley Douglas [of 



i.v. Rooney's at the fightin' — Contd, 


Great Brit 


ain] : brass band. obi. 


24mo. 


[15732 


© July 1 


5, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; 


E 421537; 


"happell & co., ltd., Lon- 


don. [Coi 


vriglit is claimed on ar- 


rangement 





Time: it's all in the course of time. 
words and music by H. C. Hardier 
[of U. S.1, arr. by Billy James [of 
!'. S.] [15733 

© July 29, 1918: 2 c. Aug. 7, 1918: 
E 429310; H. C. Hardley. Philadel- 

Tin-whistle blues: fox trot, by Frank 

Capie [of U. S.l : piano. [15734 

© Sept. 4. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10. 

1918: E 432337: Jerome H. Remick 

& CO., New York. 

Tireii of rr all; words by James 
Rowe. music by B. D. Ackley [of 
V. S.] : male voices. [15735 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 430463; Charles M. Alex- 
ander. Philadelphia. 

'Tis the Red cross nubse in eed axd 
white : words by A. D. Paradies. 
music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U .S.] [15736 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430197: 
A. D. Paradies. Jamaica, N. Y. 

To a hill-top; words by Mildred 

Seitz. music by Ralph Cox [of 

T . S.l : sop. or ten. -alto or baritone. 

[15737 

© Aug. 28, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
28. 1918; E 432007: Arthur P. 
Schmidt co.. Boston. 

To ak.\,s boys, to arms: words and 
arr. by Mrs. G. Dunn, melody by M. 
Du Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher 
Of U. S.l [15738 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430161: 
Airs. Geo. Dunn. Winnifred. Alta.. 
Canada. 

To Aims! to aiims ! TO akms: words 
and music by R. S. N. Burdick [of 
U. S.], arr. bv Charles N. Daniels 
[Of U. S.] [15739 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432167: 
Ralph Stons Nelson Burdick, Wal- 
nut Creek. Cat 

To be a sailor; to serve the nation. 
words and music by A. G. Bunch 
Tof U. S.l. arr. by Chas. M. Schmidt 
fof U. S.] [15740 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429545; 
Arthur G Bunch. Jacksonville. Fla. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



To Berlin boys or die ; words by 

W. H. Rogers, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15741 

© 1 e. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430645; 

Win. H. Rogers. Las Vegas, Nev. 

To democracy's call ; words and music 
by I. Birkhead [of U. S.] Philadel- 
phia, M. D. Swisher. [15742 
© July 25. 1918; 2 c Sept. 3, 
1918; E 430553; Isaac Birkhead, 
Philadelphia. 

To France, to France, to France; 

words and music by K. A. Murray 

[of U. S.] [15743 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1918; E 429871; 

Karoline A. Murray, Visalia, Cal. 

To help oub Uncle Sam ; words by I. 
:.. Decker, music by Leo Friedman 
[Of U. S. | Chicago, 111.. North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [15744 
© July 31, 1918 : 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 : 
E 430480: Mrs. I. L. Decker, Houston 
Heights, Tex. 

TO MAKE THE WORLD A DECENT PEACE TO 
live in ; words and music bv V. Ren- 
gel [of U. S.] [15745 
© 1 e. Aug. 19, 1918; E 430537; 
Victor Benzel, Chicago. 

To my first love; words by Christina 
G. Etossetti, music by C. G. Heintz- 
man [of Canada] ; high. [1574(5 

© Sept. 3. 1918; _' c. Sept. 7. 1918; 
E 432293 ; Cornelia Gerhard Heintz- 
man, Toronto, Ont,, Canada. 

To the colors. See Griffes i Charles 
T. i Six bugle-call pieces. 

To THE FIELDS OF FRANCE WE'RE GOING; 

words by A. M. Carey, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15747 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429571; 
A. W. Carey. Columbus, • >. 

To THE FOLKS BACK HOME ; words by 

W. Heitsenrether, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of [J. S.] [15748 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430203; 

- Heitsenrether. Cnrwens- 
ville, Pa. 

To victory ; marching sOng, by Henry 
Hadley, arr. by M. L. Lake [of 

. L. S.l ; military band. 4to. [15749 
© Aug: 9. 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 
E 420002 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



To victory — Continued. 

■ words by Ethel Watts Mumford, 

music by Henry Hadley [of U. S.] 

1. Song. 2. Orch. arr. by M. L. Lake 
[of U.S.I 4t0. [15750,15751 

© July 25. 1918 ; 2 c. each Aug. 19, 
1918 ; E 429683, 420684 ; < 'arl Fischer, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

To victory arise ; words by Irene Ruth- 
erford McLeod, music by C. G. 
Heintzman [of Canada] [15752 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432203; Cornelia Gerhard Heintz- 
man. Toronto. Ontario, Canada. 

To victory! to victory! with Wilson 
our President as guide; words by 
J. J. Carney, music by Pauline B. 
Story [of U. S.l New York. Frank 
Harding. [15753 

© Aug. 24, 1918 : 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918; 
E 432187 ; John J. Carney. New York. 

Tootsies ; words by J. Fry, music by 

Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] 115754 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1918; E 43050S; John Fry, Lowell, 

Ariz. 

Torch dance. See German (Edw.) 
Three dances from Henry VIII. 

Toreador humoresque ; bv M. L. Lake 
[of U. S.] 4to. 1. Military band. 

2. Full orch. [15755, 15756 
© June 7. 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 

19. 1918; E 420G76. 420677; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 
Town talk: classic in rag time, by 
Elmer Olson [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[15757 
© July 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1018: E 430384; W. A. Quincke & 
CO., Los Angeles. 
Treble (The) clef choir; book of 
two-, three-, and tour-part selections 
by various authors, ed. by J. Lincoln 
Hall [of C. S. ! ; sop. and alto. 

[15758 
© July 20. 1918; 2 c and aff. Aug. 
17. 1918; A 502542. Hall-Mack CO., 
Philadelphia. 
Trickltb (J. B.) Sonate: de J. B. 
Tricklir. arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d'auteurs an* 
ciens, no. 370. 415) 1. Yiolon et 
piano, en sol ma.jeur. 2. Violoncelle 
et piano, en sol ma.ieur. 

[15759. 15760 
© July 30. 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17. 1918; E 421801, 421805; So.iete 
anoyme (\ea editions Ricordi, Parte. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



976 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



15777 



Tkios. See Bethoven (Ludvvig van) 

Trios sonates pour piano. See Beet- 
hoven (Ludwig van) 

True sons or liberty; words and 
music by T. P. White [of U. S.] 
Washington, George Edgar Johnson. 
[15761 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918 ; E 432379 ; T. R. White, Wash- 
ington. 

Trumpet march. See Lee (Ernest 
Markham) Six marches. 

Trumpeter's carnival ; march mili- 
taire, by F. H. Losey [of U. S.] op. 
384, band. 4to. [15762 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432345 ; F. H. Losey music pub. 
co., Erie, Pa. 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) 
Marche funebre ; by P. Tschaikowsky, 
op. 40, transcribed by Edwin Arthur 
Kraft [of U. S.] ; organ. (St. Cecilia 
series, no. 99) [15763 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918; E 430361; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Tu duorme ancora; versi di Antonio 
Lombardi, musica di Enrico Rossi 
[of U. S.] [15764 

© Aug, 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1913; E 429889; James B. Russo, 
Brooklyn. 

Tuneos and technique; beginner's 
book based on folk-songs, words by 
various authors, music by Ruth 
Laighton [of IT. S.] ; violin. 
(Educational series, no. 202) 

[15765 
© Aug. 20, 1918: 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 4321S6; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Turn ye to me; words by Christopher 
North, Gaelic air, arr. by W. Rigby 
[of England] ; female voices. 4to. 
(The collegiate choir, no. 292) 

[15766 
© July 17. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
191S ; E 421523 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

'Twas Saturday at ev'ning; Danish 
folk song, adapted and arr. by Wm. 
Lyndon Wright [of U. S.] ; women's 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 700) 

[15767 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22. 

191S ; E 430277 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on adaptation and arrangementl 



Twinkle (The) in her eye; from 
Tails up, words by Hugh E. Wright, 
music by Philip Braham [of Eng- 
land] [15768 
© July 1, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2,1918; 
E 421506; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Two roses; by Hallett Gilberte, arr. 
by M. L. Lake [of U. S.] ; full orch. 
[15769 
© July 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429687; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Uncle Sam ; words by A. Rabatin, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [15770 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429577; 
Andrew Rabatin, Chicago. 

Uncle Sam has called his nephews 
out to war; words and music by 
A. S. Potter [of U. S.], arr. by Harry 
Alford [of U. S.] [15771 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 429936; 
Annie Sallie Potter, Chicago. 

Uncle Sam will ring the bell ; words 

by P. J. Troy, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15772 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430247; 

P. J. Troy, Scranton. Pa. 

Uncle Sam you're a grand old man ; 

words by W. E. Bates, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15773 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429582; 

Wellington E. Bates, lone, Wash. 

Uncle Sam's boys in camp ; musical 
sketch, book by Maude O. Wallace, 
words and music by Wallace Bruce 
[of U. S.] ; male voices. [15774 
© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918 ; D 19S6S ; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Uncle Sam's creed; words by L. Bar- 

kus, nmsic by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [15775 

© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430632; 

Lillie Barkus, Granville, N. D. 

Uncle Sam's ocean liners : words and 
arr. by A. G. Hero, melody by M. Du 
Frerre [pseud, of Ethel Fisher of 
U. S.] [15776 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430158; 
Alice G. Hero, Denver. 

Under Old Glory; victory march, by 
T. J. Baird, jr. [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[ [15777 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430127; 
Thomas J. Baird. jr., Chicago. 



84376—18- 



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15778 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Under the blue skies ok Fbance ; 
words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
Alfred Solman [of U. S.] [15778 
© July 17, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1918 ; E 429818 ; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Under the moon. See Bantock (Gran- 
ville) Five songs from the Chinese 
poets. 

Under the shadow of the old willow 
tree ; words by E. O. Laubenstein, 
music by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] 
Chicago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [15779 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430429; Edgar O. Lauben- 
stein, Fredonia, Wis. 

Under the stars; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Harold Craxton 
[of Great Britain] [15780 

© July 18, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1918; E 421650; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Union (The) blacksmith; words by 
J. E. G. Geisel, music by Frank W. 
Ford [of U. S.] [15781 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 430507; J. E. Geo. Geisel, 
Lehighton, Pa. 

U. S. (The) field artillery march; 
by J. P. Sousa, arr. by H. F. Odell 
[of U. S.] ; full mand. orch. [15782 
© July 10, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429680; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

U. S. mounted engineers ; words by J. 
A. Mulvey, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, IU., North 
American music pub. co. [15783 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430395; James A. Mulvey, 
New Rockford, N. D. 

U. S. A. (The) ; words by J. C. McKe- 
and, music by J. M. Sawers [of U. S.] 
[15784 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429635; 
J. C. McKeand & J. M. Sawers, Buf- 
falo. 

U. S. spells us ; words and music by 

H. M. Bell [of U. S.] Chicago, Bell 

music publishers. [15785 

© Aug. 27, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1918 ; 

E 429953 ; Hazel M. Bell, Chicago. 

Valentini (Giuseppe) Sonate; de G. 
Valentini, arr. par J. Salmon [of 
France] (Oeuvres d' auteurs an- 
ciens, nos. 380, 416) 1. Violon et 



Valentini (Giuseppe) — Continued, 
piano, si bemol ranjeur. 2. Violon- 
celle et piano, si bemol maj. 

[15786, 15787 
© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421799, 421806; Societo 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Valse; av Christian Sinding [of Nor- 
way] op. 59, no. 6; salon orch. with 
piano conductor. 4to. (Heimdal, 
nr. 33) [157S8 

© July 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1918 ; 
E 421592; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Valse a Judex. See Judex. 

Valse brillante; de Felix Fourdrain 
[of France] ; piano, avec. ace. violon 
et violoncelle, contrabasse ad lib. 
4to. [15789 

© July 30. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
E 421776; L. Grus et cie., Paris. 

Valse Celeste; by Joseph Miller [of 

U. S.] ; piano. [15790 

© Sept. 14, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 

1918 ; E 432386 ; C. C. Church & co., 

Hartford. 

Valse divine; by Charlotte Looney 
[pseud, of Chas. Kunkel of U. S.] ; 
piano. [15791 

© Aug. 23. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 429874 ; Kunkel bros. music 
CO., St. Louis. 



Valse lento; by C. Haentjens [of 
S.]; piano. [15792 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430534; 
C. Haentjens, Astoria, Or. 

Valse tendre; by Ignaz Friedman [of 
Austria] op. 77, no. 2; piano. (Deux 
morceaux pour piano, no. 2) [15793 
© Sept. 22, 1917; 1 c. Oct. 31, 
1917; E 421S76; Wilhelm Hansen, 
musikforlag, Copenhagen. 

Valzer intimo. See Bozzetti dal vero. 

Van Dam (The) family; words and 

music by Billy Merson [of Enclnndl 

[15794 

© July 5. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918; 

E 421581; Francis, Day & Hunter, 

London. 

Venetian flowers ; waltz, by B. E. 
Rose [of U. S.] ; piano. [15795 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429853; 
Bonnie E. Rose, Oakland, Cal. 



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15811 



Verdi (Giuseppe) In this hour so 
solemn (Solemne in quest 'ora) ; 
duet, from La forza del destino, 
English tr. hy Nicholas Douty [of 
U. S.], music by G. Verdi; ten. and 
bass. [15796 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432050; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on translation] 

Verdun (The) shivers; by T. Mc- 
Dowell [i. e.. G. T. McDowell, of 
IT. S.] : piano. [15797 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432332; G. Theodore Mc- 
Dowell, Washington. 

Vestale (La) ; ancient dance, by 

Percy Elliott [of Great Britain] ; 

piano. [15798 

© July 1. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918 ; 

E 421748 ; Schott & co., London. 

Veta, my senorita ; from Up in the 
air. words by Michael Corper and 
Waldo C. Twitchell, music by 
Arthur M. Fournier [of U. S.] 

[15799 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
191S; E 430598; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

Vl SPRIDAS ALLT LANGRE. SCC Jllli- 

mfine. 

V-i-c-t-o-r-y ; words and melody by H. 

A. Johnson [of U. S.] [15800 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430745; 

Harriet Angeline Johnson, Quincy, 

Mass. 

Victory (The) song; words and 
music by M. A. Entwistle, arr. by 
Eugene Platzmann [of U. S.] 

[15801 
© 1 c. July 3, 1918; E 430311; 
Martha Ann Entwistle, Fairview, 
N. J. 

Vignettes ; 8 petits morceaux, by Ig- 
naz Friedman [of Austria] op. 76; 
piano. [15S02 

© Sept. 22, 1917; 1 c. Oct. 31, 
1917; E 421877; Wilhelni Hansen 
musikforlag, Copenhagen. 

Village (The) blacksmith; part- 
song, words by Henry W. Longfel- 
low, music bv W. H. Neidlinger [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices. 4to. P5S03 
© June 12, 1918; 2 c. July 26, 
1918; E 427700; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



Violets ; words by J. A. McCoy, music 
by A. D. Duckworth [of Great Bri- 
tain] [15804 
© July 17, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1918 ; E 421521 ; Weekes & co., Lon- 
don. 

Vera ; Portuguese folk song and dance,- 
arr. bv Emma Howells Burchenal 
[of U. S.], ed. by Elizabeth Burch- 
enal [of U. S.] ; piano. [15805 
© Sept. 5, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432294; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing, descriptive matter and 
arrangement] 

Virginia's wedding day ; words by 
N. J. Ritchie, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [15806 

© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430642; 
Newman J. Ritchie. Philadelphia. 

Virgin's (The) cradle-hymn; Eng- 
lish adaptation from The Virgin and 
Child, by Arthur Charlton, music by 
Herbert Fryer [of Great Britain] 
op. 20. no. 1. [15807 

© July 24, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 421872 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Vivace; de J. B. SenaillS, arr. par J. 
Salmon [of France] (Oeuvres 

d'auteurs anciens, nos. 413, 377) 1. 
Violoncelle et piano. 2. Violon et 
piano. [15808, 15809 

© July 30, 1918; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1918; E 421759, 421763; Societe 
anonyme des editions Ricordi, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Vocal studies ; a course of progres- 
sive exercises and etudes for the 
cultivation of the voice, selected, 
ed. and arr. by G. Whelpton [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice. 4to. Phila- 
delphia, Theo. Presser co. [15S10 
© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 432343; Geo. Whelpton, 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on selecting, editing and arranging] 

Vogando. See Bozzetti dal vero. 

Voice (A) from the green isle; 

words by F. H. music bv David 

Dick Slater [of U. S.] : high voice. 

[15811 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30. 

1918; E 432095: Theo. Presser ...... 

Philadelphia. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



VouA les oiskatx dc sont; paroles do 
<;. Guibourg (dit Georgius), 
musique de J. Gey [of France] 

[15812 
© July 39, IMS: 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918; E 421771: Marcel Labbe, 
Paris. 

Volunteer (The) choir; magazine, 
words and music by various auth- 
ors, ed. by E. S. Lorenz and others 
rof U. S.) v. 5, no. 10. [15813 

© May 25. 1918 ; 2 c. and aft. July 
25, 1918: A 50074G: Lorenz pub. CO., 
Dayton, O. 

■ v. 5, no. 11. Contents: 

Lord is greatly to be praised.— 
Guide me O Thou great Jehovah.— 
Gome ye blessed of my Father. — 
Thou thinkest Lord of me. — I heard 
the voice of Jesus. — Ye thankful 
people come. [15814 

© July 3, 1918: 2 c. and aff. July 
25, 1918 ; A 500747 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

\"<>s yeux; valse lente, de It. Moretti 
[of France! ; piano. Geneve, J. 
Montfort. [15815 

© July 30. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1918: B 421769; Raoul Moretti, 
Marseille, France. 

Wait till I come home from France ; 
words by H. M. Morton, music by 
Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago, 
111., North American music pub. co. 
[15S16 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
1918: E 430433; Harry M. Morton, 
San Francisco. 

Waite method for the mandolin ; by 
Menzo B. Waite of [U. S.] [15817 
© Aug. 12. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429703; M. B. Waite, Ra- 
cine. Wis. 

Waiting for her sweetheart over 
there; words and melody by F. G. 
Denke [of U. S.] [15818 

© 1 c. Sept. 12, 1918; E 432396; 
Frederick George Denke, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Waiting for this; from Look who's 
here, words by Nora Bayes and 
Irving Fisher, music by Harry Akst 
[of U. S.] [15819 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432229; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



Wake ^-v titk Kaiser; words and 

music by Airs. T. Roberts [of U. S.] 

[15820 

© Aug. 6, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1918; E 429534; Mrs. Theodore 

Polieri s, Los Angeles. 

Walking to*;. See Goosscns (Eu- 
gene) Four conceits. 

War bread; words and music by II. 

Castling [of England! [15821 

© July 5. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 0, 1918; 

E 421.TT0; Francis, Day & Hunter. 

London. f 

Wab garden : duet, from Look who's 
here, words by Harry B. Smith, mu- 
sic by A. Baldwin Sloane [of V. S. | 
[15822 
© Aug. 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept 3, 1918; 
E 432227; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 
War (The) message: words by D. H. 
M. Wolslayer, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago. 111.. North 
American music pub. co. [15823 

© July 31. 1918: 2 <•. Aug. 29. 
1918; E 430389: David II. M. Wol- 
slayer, Pen Argyle. Pa. 
Wab (The) pill of Kaiser P.tlt. : 
words by Mrs. F. G. Wray, music bv 
Hubert D. Murphy [of U. S.] 

[15824 
© Aug. 15. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 20. 
1918: E 430156: Mrs. E. G. Wray. 
Tampa, Fla. 
Wabtbtjeg hymnal forciiulch, SCHOOL 
and home: ed. bv O. Hard wis: [of 
U.S.) 472 p. Svo. [15825 

© Aug. 1. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918; 
aff. Sept. 3, 1918; A 501704: Wart- 
burg pub. house, Chicago. 
Was what the rose said tbue; words 
by Earle Schwartz and Harry W. 
Martin, music by J. F. Jacobson [of 
U. S.) [15826 

© Aug. 31. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7. 1918 ; 
E 432357; Jules F. Jacobson. Cincin- 
nati. 

Washington and Lafayette, I give 
my boy to you; words and music by 
F. P. Angelier [of U. S.], arr. by 
Thomas C. Freeman [of F. S.l 

r 15827 

© 1 c. Sept. 12. 1918; E 432392: 

Frank P. Angelier, Edgewater. N. J. 

Watch, hope and wait little girl 
till I come back to you; words by 
Lew Brown, music by Will Clayton 
[of U. S.] [15828 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 430140; 
Broadway music Corp., New York. 



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no. 0,1918 

Watchword (The) ; words by It. T. 

Brown, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [15829 

© 1 c. Sept. G, 1918; E 430634; 

11. T. Brown, Panama, R. P. 

Waving cypbess. See Dance visions. 

Wav (The) they love is so good I 
want some moke ; by H. A. Jackson 
[of U. S.], arr. by Chris. Praetorius 
[of U. S.] ; piano. 4to. [15S30 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1918; E 429425; Helen A. Jackson, 
New York. 

We answer, the call ; words by O. H. 

Olson, music by T. C. Ford [of U. S.] 

[15S31 

© Aug. G, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; 

E 430292 ; O. H. Olson, Wallace, S. D. 

We are coming mother England; 
words by Lena Guilbert Ford, music 
by Cuthbert Clarke [of Great Brit- 
ain] [15832 
© Aug. 7, 191S ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421G99 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

We aee sending eorth our manhood; 

words by J. MacKenzie, music by E. 

8. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15833 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429595; 

John MacKenzie, Mackenzie, Mont. 

We are the boys in khaki; words by 

Airs. M. H. Smith, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15834 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430218; 

Mrs. M. H. Smith, Porterville, Col. 

We are there; words and music by 
Mrs. J. V. Spring, sr. [of U. S.J 

[15835 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1918; E 429658; 
Mrs. John V. Spring, sr., San An- 
tonio. 

We at home, must do the rest; words 
by S. B. Morris, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [15836 

© 1 c, Aug. 24. 1918; E 430333; 
Sara B. Morris, Victor, Col. 
We can hear the rugle calling; 
words by W. Coleman, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15837 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429560; 
Walter Coleman, Baltimore. 
We did it befobe and we'll do it 
again; words by W. Gordon, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15838 
© 1 c. Sept. c>. 1918; E 430681 : 
Walter Gordon. Philadelphia. 



15847 



We give immortal praise; anthem, 
words by Watts, music by Antonio 
L. Mora, ed. by E. G. Snelling [of 
U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
(Octavo series, no. 528) [15S39 

© May 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 14, 191S ; 
E 432424; Tullar-Meredith co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monic revision and phrasing] 

We have come a long, long way ; 

words by W. A. Nichols, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15840 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430192; 

Win. A. Nichols, Atlantic Mine, Mich. 

We'll be there, Billy two-times 
we'll be there ; words by J. R. Mor- 
gan, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [15841 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429620; 
J. R. Morgan, Rochester, N. Y. 

We'll be waiting to see your dear 
eyes again soldier boy; words and 
music by Brayton Vanderwater 
[i. e. M. B. Vanderwater, of U. S.] 

[15842 
© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 430313; 
Mary Brayton Vanderwater, Chi- 
cago. 

We'll be with you over there ; 
words by N. H. Cross, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel [of U. S "1 

[15843 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429952; Narcissa Hamon 
Cross, Cloquet, Minn. 
We'll come home with a smile ; 
words and music by Edward J. Mal- 
lory [of U. S.], arr. by Earl S.Mor- 
ris [of U. S.] [15S44 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429740; 
E. J. Mallory, Cleveland. 

We'll do our part; words by Mrs. 

M. J. Todd, music by E. S. S. Huut- 

ington [of U. S.] [15S45 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430652 : 

Mrs. M. J. Todd, Twin Falls, Id. 

We'll drift, drift, drdt; words by 
M. E. Ralston, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15S46 

© July 31, 191S; 2 c. Aim. 29, 
191S; E 430397: Mildred E. Uals- 
ton, Minneapolis. 

We'll get there just the same; 

words and music bv F. E. Newell 

[of U. S.] [15847 

© 1 c. Sept. G. 191 8; E 430703 : 

Fred E. Newell, Central Fulls. EL I. 



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We'll go into battle, mother ; 
words by Mary L. Wood, music by 
W. H. Craig [of U. S.] [15848 

© Aug. 6. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17. 
I91S; E 430134; Mayes printing co., 
Louisville, Ky. 

We'll hurl 'em isack beyond the 

Rhine ; words and air by O. P. 

Larsen [of U. S.] [15849 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1918; E 429772; 

Olaf P. Larsen, Squirrel, Id. 

We'll make old Kaiser Bill kiss the 
Red, White and Blue; words by 
A. W. Hille, music by E. W. Hille 
[of U. S.] [15850 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432367; A. W. Hille, Den- 
ver. 

We'll nail the Stars and Stripes 
to the Kaiser's door. See Some- 
wbere in America. 

We'll yank the Kaiser's moustache 
down; words by Edward Moray, 
music by A. Galvan [of San Domin- 
go, domiciled at New York] [15S51 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429719; 
Antonio Galvan, New York. 

AVE must go to France; words and 

music by Magna Fallean [of U. S.l 

[15852 

© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 43069G; 

Mrs. J. F. Swenson, Ossian, In. 

We parted by the old red mill ; 

words by C. F. Coulon, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15853 

© 1 c. Sept. 0. 101 S; E 430035; 

Charles F. Coulon, Plainville, Conn. 

AVe're after the Kaiser; words by 

II. Piersall, music by Leo Friedman 

| of U. S.] Chicago. 111., North 

American music pub. co. [15854 

© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

L918; E 430440: Hazel Piersall, 

Campo, Cal. 

Wk're coming, mother England; 

words by AY. R. White, music by 

Edwin J. Pull [of Canada] [15855 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 15. 1918 ; 

E 421724; New music publishers, 

Toronto, Canada. 

AA : e're going to get the Kaiser; set 
to tune Battle hymn of the Repub- 
lic, words by Grant Colfax Tullar 
[of U. S.] [15S5G 

© Feb. 25. 1918: 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 430741; Tullar-Meredith 
CO., New York. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on new text] 



We're going to get the Kaiser — Con. 

words by O. Cochran, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[15857 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 191S; E 429556; 
Oscar Cochran, Bessemer, Ala. 

We're here. Lafayette, we're here; 
march song, by A. A. Dart and 
Edward Auten, jr. [of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [1585S 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 <•. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432344; Dart & Auten, 
Princeville, 111. 

AVe're marching on to Berlin ; words 
by K. Walstrum, music by A. Trax- 
ler [of U. S.] Birmingham. Ala., 
Williams music house. [158S9 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 
1918; E 432369; Mrs. Harry AVal- 
Strum, Birmingham, Ala. 

AA'e're marines prom the U. S. A.; 
words and music by A. S. Potter 
[of U. S.l, arr. by Harry Alford Tof 
U. S.] [15860 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 429947; 
Annie Sallie Potter, Chicago. 

AVe're off to France, boys; words by 
L. F. Hiltz. music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington [of U. S.] [15861 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430687; 
Lester F. Hiltz, Cambridge, Mass. 

AVe're ox on; way to France; from 
Vip-yip-Yaphank, words and music 
by Irving Berlin [of V. S.] [15862 
© Aug. 10. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918; E 420007: AVaterson, Berlin 
iV Snyder co.. New York. 

AVe're over; words and music by .1. 
Anderson [of U. S.] Warren, O., 
Halkctt & Anderson. [15863 

© Mar. 8. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12. 
1018: E 432380: .Tames Anderson, 
Warren, (). 

AVe're the boys: words and melody 

by G. T. Burrows, arr. by It. A. 

Browne [of P. S.l I 15864 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918: E 430189; 

Grace Tilden Burrows. Barrow. Fla. 

AA'K SHALL W1X THIS LIBERTY WAR; 

words by C. Curtis, melody by 11. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] | L5865 

© 1 c. Aug. 27. 1918; E 430365; 

<'bas. Curtis. Norfolk, A'a. 

We've started opt for victory : words 
by Airs. <\ J. Hendricks, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

r 15866 

© 1 c. An- 16. 1918; E 4295S6 : 

Airs. ('. J. Hendricks, Oakland, CM. 



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We will; words by E. M. Boiling, 
music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [15867 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429555; 
E. M. Boiling, Jersey City. 

Wedding recessional; nuptial march, 
by Louis Adolphe Coerne [of U. S.l 
op. 44, no. 3; organ. [15868 

© Aug. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 430517; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Wedding sounds (Svatebne zvuky) ; 
polka, by J. Orsagh [of U. S.] ; 

orch. 4to. [15869 

© Aug. 22, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1918 ; E 432198 ; John Orsagh, Cleve- 
land. 

Weinen, klagen. See Bach (Johann 
Sebastian) Prelude after J. S. 
Bach. 

Welcome home, liberty lads, wel- 
come home; words by H. Jacobson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [15870 

© 1 c. xlug. 22, 1918; E 430250; 
Herman Jacobson, Minneapolis. 

Welcome home to our soldier boys ; 
words and music by J. D. Kane [of 
U. S.] [15871 

© Sept. 10, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918 ; E 432400 ; Jennie D. Kane, 
Philadelphia. 

Wesely urloubnik ; polka, by C. Woess 
of [of U. S.] ; piano. [15872 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432169; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

What a meeting that will be ; words 
and music by C. B. Weston [of U. S.] 
[15S73 
© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1918 ; 
E 430139 ; Charles B. Weston, Brook- 
lyn. 

What a tryin' time; garden of Eden, 
negro spiritual, arr. by Harvey B. 
('.aid [of U. S.l (Nine negro spirit- 
uals, no. 2) [15874 
© Sept. 4, 191S; 2 c. Sept. 5. 1918; 
E 432246 ; H. W. Gray co.. New York. 

What are you going to do, Bill; 

words by S. H. Holton, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15875 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430650; 

Samuel II. Holton. Soquel, Cal. 



What are you going to do when our 
};oys come home; words by Ivan 
Reid, music by Peter De Rose [of 
U. S.| [15876 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1918 ; 
E 430551; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

What can I do to make you love me. 
Sec Somewhere in America. 

What have you done for your coun- 
try; words by M. Moore, music by 
Angelus Stuart [of U. S.] [15877 
© Aug. 21, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
191S ; E 430294 ; Mary Moore, Pater- 
son, N. J. 

What is the trench to a man like 
me ; or. The school for war, words by 
C. A. Wood, music by Grace H. War- 
ner [of U. S.] [15878 
© 1 e. Aug. 29. 1918; E 430455; 
C. Antoinette Wood, Brookline, Mass. 

What the Yankee Doodle doo ; words 
by O. Q. Beckworth, music by Kath- 
eriue Beckworth [of U. S.] Chicago, 
Acme pub. co. [15879 

© Aug. 26. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429959; O. Q. Beckworth. 
Chicago. 

What the Yankees will do over 
there ; words and music by M. Read 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, Cal., Chas. 
W. Hatch music pub. co. [15880 

© Aug. 6. 191S ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 432174: Martha Read, Los An- 
geles. 

What we'll do to Kaiser Bill ; words 
and music by F. H. Mitchell [of 
U. S.] [15881 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432355; Florence Heath Mitchell, 
Connersville, Ind. 

When all the saints get home; 
words by Harriet Jones, music by D. 
B. Towner [of 17. S.] ; male voices. 
[l.iSS2 
© Dec. 21, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 191S ; 
E 430495; Charles M. Alexander. 
Philadelphia. 

When cometh peace; words ami mu- 
sic by Charlotte Looney [pseud, of 
Chas. Kunkel of IT. S.l [15883 

© Aug. 23, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26. 1918 ; 
E 429S75 : Kunkel bros. music co.. St. 
Louis. 

When dad gets after the Kaiser, like 
he used to get after me; words by 
B. Lano, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [15884 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429625 ; 
Bethel Lane, Terre Haute, Ind. 



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When Democracy wins ; words by D. 

Meeks, melody by E. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [15885 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430332; 

Dessie Meeks, Uniondale, Ind. 
When honor rules the \vorm>; words 

by L. A. Lanpher, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [15886 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430185; 

L. A. Lanpher, Marathon, N. Y. 
When I am dead my dearest ; words by 

Christina Rossetti, music by Horace 

Clulow [of England] ; in B flat. 

[15887 
© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918 ; 

E 421535 ; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 

London. 
When I build a home; from Look 

who's here, words by Nora Bayes 

and Irving Fisher, music by Harry 

Ak.st [of U. S.] [15888 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 

E 432176; T. B. Harms & Francis, 

Day & Hunter, New York. 
When T get rack to America and you ; 

march song, words and music by J. 

Newman [of U. S.] [15889 

© Aug. 15, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 

E 430366; Joseph Newman, Denver. 
When I get home; words by J. P. 

Miller, music by E. S. S. Huntington 

[of U. S.] [15890 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; E 430649 ; J. 

Paul Miller, Brooklyn. 
When I gets out in no-man's land 

I can't be bothered with no mule ; 

words and music bv W. E. Skidmore 

and Marshall Walker [of U. S.] 

Kansas City, Mo., Skidmore music 

co. (Deacon series, no. 4) [15891 
© Aug. 29, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 

1918; E 430371; Will E. Skidmore. 

Kansas City, Mo. 
When I leave the U. S. A. ; words 

by A. A. Burden, music and arr. by 

V. A. L. [pseud, of Grace E. Dow. 

of U. S.] [15892 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429795; 

Arthur A. Burden, Los Angeles, 
When I'll see my Nellie home; 

words by C. E. Giggey, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.l [15893 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430187; 

Chas. E. Giggey, Springfield, Mass. 
When I stand at the judgment bar ; 

words and music by Haldor Lillenas 

[of Norway, domiciled at Auburn, 

111.1 [15894 

© July 9, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1918; E 42951S; William B. Rose, 

Chicago. 



When I think of you, God grant 
we'll meet again; words by J. F. 
Kelkup. melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.l [15895 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429793; 
Jos. F. Kelkup, Melrose, Mass. 

When it's autumn in the Santa 
Clara valley; words by A. L. 
Lewis, music by Leo Friedman [of 
U. S.] Chicago, 111., North Ameri- 
can music pub. co. [15896 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430391; Alice L. Lewis, 
Westport. Cal. 

When it's over over there in no- 
man's land; words by P. H. Wahl- 
gren, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.l [15897 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430245; 
Paul H. Wahlgren, Los Angeles. 

When Kaiser Wilhelm falls ; words 
by J. J. Cross, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S. S.]. Chicago, 111.. 
North American music pub. eo. 

[15898 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
191 S; E 430404; J. J. Cross, Raw- 
lins, Wyo. 

When ma piccaninny died; words by 
Fred G. Bowles, music by Claude 
Arundale [of Great Britain] : in E 
flat. [15899 

© Aug. 21, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26. 
1918 ; E 421874 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

When my life with the tide goes 
out; words by John R. Clements, 
music by C. S. Brown [of U. S.] 

[15900 
© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7. 1918 ; 
E 432274; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

When our boys come marching 
home; words by G. A. Skeen, music 
by Frank W. Ford [of U. S.] [15901 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 430509; Gertrude A. Skeen, 
Louisville. 

When our lads come home: words by 

P. Ralston, melody bv II. A. Browne 

| of U. S.| [15902 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; E 429791 ; 

Florence Ralston. Yinceimes, Ind. 

When ovii soldier boys advance; 

words by C. Gransen, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15903 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918: E 4S0238; 

Chris. Gransen, De Witt, la. 



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15920 



When ovek the top we go ; words by 

Mrs. M. E. Wilson, music by E. S. 

8. Huntington [of U. S.] [15904 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430240; 

Mrs. M. E. Wilson, Chetopa, Kan. 

When Pat O'Brien goes over the 
line, with his irish volunteers ; 
words by Jean McLane and Daniel 
McGeehan, melody by Eugene Platz- 
mann [of U. S.] [15905 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 e. Sept. 3, 
1918; E 432207; McGeehan bros., 
Nanticoke, Pa. 

When Pershing gets hello from 
Kitty Reilly ; words by John 
O'Keefe, music by J. A. Parks [of 
U. S.] ; medium voice. [15906 

© Aug. 13, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1918; E 429531; J. A. Parks co., 
New York. 

When Sammie comes home again; 
words and melody by D. Blanco [of 
U. S.], arr. by Thomas R. Confare 
[of U. S.] [15907 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 191S; E 432452; 
Dan Blanco, Chicago. 

When Sammy comes home; words by 
W. H. Rogers, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15908 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430405; William Henry 
Rogers, Las Vegas, Nev. 

When the apple blossoms bloom in 
France ; words by Harold Freeman, 
melody by Harry C. Elsesser and J. 
Edwin Allemong [of U. S.] [15909 
© June 25, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1918 ; E 42979S ; Imperial music co., 
Roanoke, Va. 

When the battle is over ; words by 
D. Dabbs, music by Leo Friedman 
[of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [15910 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430387; Doris Dabbs, An- 
derson, Mo. 

When the boys bring home the bacon 

from the Rhine; words and music 

by J. M. Wilson [of U. S.] [15911 

© Aug. 26, 191S ; E 429860 ; John 

Mills AVilson, Los Angeles. 

When the boys come sailing home; 
words by Robert N. Lister, music by 
Elise Salisbury Lister [of U. S.] ; 
male or mixed voices with cho. ad 
lib. [15912 

© Aug. 23. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918: E 4299S7: O. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 



When the curfew rings ; from Tails 
up, words by Davy Burnaby, music 
by Philip Braham [of England] 

[15913 
© June 25, 1918 ; 1 c. July 29, 1918 ; 
E 421497; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

When the eagle flaps his wings ; 
words by C. Francis Riesner, music 
by Thos. L. McCarey, jr. [15914 

© Aug. 10, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26, 1918 ; 
E 429877; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
San Francisco. 

When the good old days come back ; 
words by D. S. Parsons, music by 
Patrick Thayer [of England] 

[15915 
© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1918 ; 
E 421711 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Where the morning glories bloom in 
Alabama ; words by Percy Edgar, 
music by Horace Adams [of England] 
[15916 
© Aug. 14, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 23. 1918 ; 
E 421867 ; E. Osborne & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

When the Star Spangled Banner 
floats over the earth, and human- 
ITY THEN IS CROWNED KING; WOrdS 

and music by Brayton Vanderwater, 
[i. e. M. B. Vanderwater of U. S.] 

[15917 

© 1 c. July 29, 1918; E 430314; 

Mary Brayton Vanderwater, Chicago. 

When the stars in Old Glory shine 
over Berlin ; words by Thomas J. 
Sheehan, music by John F. Wiltjer. 
[15918 
© Aug. 30. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 432217; Wiltjer & Sheehan, Chi- 
cago. 

When the U. S. A. gets through; 
words by M. Barr, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.] Chicago. 111.. 
North American music pub. co. 

[15919 
© July 31. 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 29. 1918 ; 
E 4304r.4; Margarel Barr, Sparta. 
Wis. 

When THE WAB M OVER; words and 
music by <>. L. Jordan [of U. S.] 

[15920 
© 1 c. Aug. 15. 191 S: E 430097; 
Orion L. .Ionian. Sarnia. Canada. 



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pt. in, n, s., v. ]f 



When the Yankees cross the Rhine ; 
words and music by J. L. Gallowav 
[of U. S.] [1592*1 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432347; John L. Gallowav 
Detroit. 

When the Yankees yank the Kaiser 
off the throne; words by J. Hag- 
erty, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.J [15922 

© 1 c Aug. 16, 1918; E 429573; 
John Hagerty, Goodhue, Minn. 

When the Yanks get over there; 
words by J. Stein, music bv E. S. 
S. Huntington [of U. S.] [15923 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430256; 
Jack Stein. New York. 

When the Yanks go marching thru 
Berlin ; words by W. Dester and F. 
Sasse, music by Arthur H. Weber- 
bauer [of U. S.J [15924 

© I.e. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430747; 
William Dester and Frank Sasse, 
Newark, N. J. 

When they have downed the Kaiser ; 
words by S. Hoover, raelodv by R. 
A. Browne [of U. S.] [15925 

© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430174; 
Sarah Hoover. Dysart, Pa. 

When Tony goes over the top ; words 
by Billy Frisch and Archie Fletcher, 
music by Alex Marr [of U. S.] 

[15926 
© Sept. 10, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1918; E 432334; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

When Uncle Sam calls his boys to 
the front ; words by E. Long, music 
by Leo Friedman [of U. S.J Chicago, 
North American music pub co. 

[15927 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430411; Ervin Long. 
Chicago. 

When we are called to France; 
words by T. C. Banks, music by Leo 
Friedman [of U. S.J Chicago, 111., 
North American music pub. co. 

[15928 
© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
191S; E 430416; Theodore C Banks, 
Salina, Kan. 

When we get the Kaiser's goat; 
words by Hattie E. Gr«*>u, music by 



When we get the Kaiser's goat. — 
( 'ontinued. 

Leo Friedman [of U .S.J Chicago. 
111., North American music pub co 
[15929 
© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430420; H. E. Green, Den- 
ver, Col. 

When we co marching thro' Kaiser- 
land ; words by W. Blake, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.J 

[15930 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429566; 
Walter Blake, Roxbury, Mass. 

When we heard the call to arms ; 
words and music by F. de S. Wight- 
man [of U. S.J [15931 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 430453; 
Florence de Say Wightman, Flor- 
ence, Ala. 

When we meet the Kaiser on the 

spree; words and music by G. B. 

Clarke [of CanadaJ [15932 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429634; 

George B. Clarke, Seaforth, Canada. 

When we played the game of love 
on the beach at Waialee ; words 
by S. Nudell, music bv E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.J ' [15933 

© 1 c. Sept. 6. 1918; E 430647; 
Schlley Nudell. Flint, Mich. 

When we've taken the Kaiser's 
scalp; words by Jimmie Thompson, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.J [15934 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430220; 
Jimmie Thompson, Riverside, Tex. 

When you and I were sweethearts 

IN THE SHADOW OF THE MOON ; WOrdS 

by G. L. Hebron, music bv E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.J [15935 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918: E 430195; 
Geo. L. Hebron. Havre de Grace, 
Md. 

When yott bring back the sun- 
shine: words by Edward Lockton, 
music by Edward St. Quentin [of 
Great Britain J ; in E flat. [15936 
© July 31. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 : E 4218S5 ; Metzler & co. (1909) 
ltd., London. 

When you can't get anything to 

drink ; words and music by A. N. 

Heroux [of U. S.J [15937 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918; E 432309; 

Alfred N. Heroux, Branford, Conn. 



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no. 0.191 S 



15955 



When you have gone; words by 
Leslie Cooke, music by Cntbbert 
Clarke [of Great Britain] [15938 
© Aug. 7, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1918; E 421722; Newman pub. co., 
ltd.. London. 

When your sailor hoy in blue comes 
sailing home to you; words by 
Annelu Burns, music by Madelvn 
Sheppard [of U. S.] [15939 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1918; E 429890; Waterson, Berlin 
& Snyder co., New York. 

Where is the coy that went over 
the sea ; words and music bv M. 
• Rich [of U. S.] Indianapolis, Ind., 
Fuller-Hyde music co. [15940 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
191S: E 432348; Marie Rich, In- 
dianapolis. 

Whiffle (The) walk; words by 

E. H. Knopf, melody by David M. 

Minton, jr. [of U. S.] [15941 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429777; 

Edwin H. Knopf, New York. 

While Old Glory leads ; words by 

B. C. Cutlney, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15942 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1918; E 430246; 

B. C. Cudney, Brooklyn. 

While our laddie's fighting all 
the paths are lighting; words 
and music by E. V. Corning [of 
U. S.] [15943 

© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429702; 
Eunice Vernon Corning, Seattle. 

While we are marching to Berlin; 
words by G. M. Murray, melody by 
R. A. Browne [of IT. S.] [15944 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 3918; E 430188; 
Grace Mel Murray, Mooringsport, 
La. 

While you're over the sea; words 
by Sanders Reynolds, music by 
L. B. Shook [of U. S.] Los An- 
geles. Chas. W. Hatch music pub. 
co. [15945 

© Aug. 19, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 432002; Lowell Bettis 
Shook; Riverside, Cat 

Whip-poor-will (The) ; bv Jean B. 

Meehan [of U. S.] piano." [15946 

© Aug. 23, 1918: 2 C. Aug. 28. 

1918; E 429943; Willis music CO., 

< Cincinnati. 



Who is wiser than the Kaiser? 
Ans. : Uncle Sam why Uncle Sam ; 
words and music by H. Griffith [of 
U. S.] [15947 

© Aug. 12, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429713; Howard Griffith, 
Columbus Junction, la. 

Who's loss there? Charley Schwab ; 

words by A. Craig, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15948 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; E 430228 ; 

Andrew Craig, Trenton, N. J. 

Why are our boys going to France; 
words and arr. by E. B. Water- 
house, melody by Luther A. Clark 
[of U. S.] [15949 

© 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918; E 430168; 
Ester B. Waterhouse, Sturgis, S. D. 

Wild thyme; from Tails up, words 
by Douglas Furber, music by Philip 
Braham [of England] [15950- 

© July 1, 3918; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1918: E 421507: Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd, London. 

Will you come back to mother ; 

words by J. C. Tutt. music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [15951 

© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429613; 

J. C. Tutt, Moose Jaw, Canada. 

Will you love me; from Up in the 
air, words by Michael Corper and 
Waldo C. Twitched, music by Ar- 
thur M. Founder [of U. S.] [15952 
© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 430597 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Will you love me then as now ; 

words by A. E. Dieudonne. music 

by Y. Armandez [of U. S.] [15953 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 191S; E 430147; 

Yves Armandez, New Iberia, La. 

Wilson ; words bv B. R. Mintus. mu- 
sic by Leo Friedman [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, 111., North American music 
pub. co. [15954 

© July 31, 191S ; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1918 ; 
E 430403; P.. R. Mintus. San Fran- 
cisco. 

Wind's (The) laughtee; words by 
Irene Rutherford McLeod, music by 
C. G. Heintzman [of Canada] 

[15955 
© Sept. 3. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 1918; 
E 432292 ; Cornelia Gerhard Heintz- 
man, Toronto, Canada. 



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15956 



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Wish (The) of thk people; words 
and music by W. Henry [of U. S.l 
Chicago, Delmar music co. [15956 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429919; William Henry, 
Johnstown, Pa. 

Wishing that dreams would come 
true; words by Virginia Knight Lo- 
gan, music- by Frederic Knight Lo- 
gan [of U. S.] ; medium. [15957 
© Sept. 9, 191S; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918 : E 432398 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

With all my HEART ; words and mu- 
sic by Frederick Seymour [of U. S.] 
[1595S 
© Sept. 14. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1918; E 432384; C. C. Church & co.. 
Hartford. 

With lilies swket and daffodils; 
two-part song, words by G. B.. mu- 
sic by Karl Komzak, arr. by Genu 
Branscombe | i. e. Gena Branscombe 
Tenney, of U. S.], sop. and alto. 
(Octavo series, no. 134.) [15959 

© Aug 20, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 430278; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright in claimed 
on arrangement] 

With song and dance ; intro : 
Stephanie gavotte, by A. Czibulka, 
arr. by Walter Rolfe [of U. S-] ; 
piano. (Impressions in tone, second 
series, no. 15391) [15960 

© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 4320SS; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

With the boy I love; from Some 
night, words and music by Harry 
Delf [of U. S.] [15961 

© Sept. 0. 1918 : 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 
E 432288 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Won lf a hut (Franz) 50 easy melo- 
dic studies, by F. Wohlfahrt. op. 
74. ed. by Frederick Hahn [of U. 
S.l ; violin. 1. Bk. I in the first 
position. 2. Bk. II in the third 
position. (Presser collection, nos. 
272, 273) [15962, 15963 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. each Aug. 
30, 1918; E 432032, 432033; Theo. 
Presser co.. Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right is claimed on editing, arrange- 
ment and annotations] 



Women of the homeland. God bleb* 
you, every one; by Bernard Ham- 
blen, arr. by Lee Orean Smith [of 

r. s.] : arch 4to. [15964 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 3. 
litis; I-] 430.147: Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Wonderful i.ovk; words by Mabel -I 
Kosemon. music by Clinton I >. Low 
den [of U. S.] I 1 5965 

© Dec. 10, 1913: l> c. Sept. 7. 
1918; E 430739: Tullar-Meredith co. 
New York. 

Wondekin' ; words and music by W 
H. Neidlinger [of U. S.] Southern 
dialect songs, no. 15380. 15381) 1. 
High in F. 2. Low in E fiat. 

[15966, 15967 
© July 30. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30. 
1918; E 432083, 43'_'ON4 ; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 

Won't some mother motheb ml: 
words and music by F. T. Lillotte. 
jr. [of F. S.] [15968 

© 1 c. Sept. 7. 1918: E 43230s : 
Franklin Theodore Lillotte, .jr.. New 
York. 

Won't someone teach me how to BE A 
chicken. See Musical setting for 
choice confections. 

Won't there 1:1; a bib time tn thk I'. 
S. A. : words by F. S. Hughes, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S. ] 

[15989 
© 1 c Sept. 0. 1918; B 430640; 
Fred S. Hughes, Missoula. Mont. 

Won't you buy a war stamp; from 
The passing show of 191S. words by 
Harold Attendee, music by Ray 
Perkins [of U. S.| [1597»» 

© Ant:. 15. 1918: 2 c. Aug. 15. • 
1918; E 430124; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Won't you come back to me, dear : 
words by H. P. Bailev. music by 
E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.l 

r 15971 
© 1 c. Aug. 16. 1918: E 42901.": 
Howard P. Bailey, Clinton, Wis. 

Woodrow Wilson, may God he with 
you; words and music by P. J. 
Paul [of England, domiciled at New 
burgh, N. Y.] r 15972 

© 1 c. Aug 28, 1918: E 429935: 
Patrick Joseph Paul, Newhurgh. 
N. Y. 



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15991 



World (The) eor democracy ; words 
by W. M. Probasco, music by Metta 
Jane Shoemaker [of U. S.] West 
Point IikL, Probasco & co. [15973 
© Sept. 4. 191S; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; B 432289; AVilliam Marks 
Probasco, Mishawaka, Ind. 

World revival hymnals ; by Hamp 

Sewell [of U. S.] 12mo. [15974 

© July 12, 1918; 2 c. July 22, 

1918; aff. Aug. 26, 1918; A 503226; 

Hamp Sewell, Atlanta. 

World's (The) battle-cry; words by 
Mrs. J. T. Ricker, music by W. H. 
Aiken [of U. S.] [15975 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1918; E 429720; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Worse (The) you are the more the 
ladies love you; words and music 
by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee [of 
England] [15976 

© July 5, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6. 1918 ; 
E 4215S0; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Would Confucius change his mind ; 
from Shanghai, words by Wm. Cary 
Duncan, music by Isidore Witmark 
[of U. S.] [15977 

© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
191S; E 429995; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

WULL YE COME IN EARLY SPRING ; WOrdS 

by William Barnes, in Dorset dia- 
lect, music by John Alden Carpen- 
ter [of U. S.l ; medium voice. 

[1597S 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1918; E 430519; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Yankee hoy; words by C. F. Turkis, 
melody by R. A. Brown [of U. S.] 

[15979 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430106; 
Chas. F. Turkis, Detroit. 

Yankee Doodle is the tune the 
Kaiser's dancing to; words and 
music by W. A. Stolper [of U. S.] 

[159S0 
© 1 c. Aug. 20, 1918; E 430169; 
William Adam Stolper, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Yankee Doodle's GOING TO Berlin : 
words and music by Kent Perkins 
I <>r U. S.] [15981 

© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
L918; E 430501 ; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 



Yankee lad ; words and arr. by Alon- 
7.0 Newton Benn [of U. S.], music 
a medley of familiar airs. [15982 
© Aug. 26, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429957; A. N. Benn, Chi- 
cago. 

Yankee (The) lads; words by J .H. 
Corcoran, melody by R. A. Browne 
[of U. S.] [15983 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1918; E 430108; 
J. H. Corcoran, Moncton, N. B., 
Canada. 

Yankee land ; words and music by H. 

E. Reardon [of U. S.] [15984 

© July 31. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

191S ; E 430132 ; Harry E. Reardon, 

Boston. 

Yankee ships are going over there ; 

words and music by C. J. Potter [of 

IT. S.] Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. 

[15985 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 26. 

191S; E 429S46; Clinton J. Potter, 

Philadelphia. 

Yankeeland; words and music by C. 

R. Carpenter [of U. S.] [15986 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1918; E 429758; 

Clinton Rand Carpenter, Minnea- 

apolis. 

words by P. Pruner, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [159S7 
© 1 c. Aug. 16, 1918; E 429567; 
Pearl Pruner, Poole, Neb. 

Yanko Franko drive; words by P. 
Hunt, melody by D. A. Summo [of 
U. S.] [159SS 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432118: 
Peter Hunt & D. A. Summo. New 
Rochelle. N. Y . 
Yanks (The) are not coming, but, 
they've come; words by D. David- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington 
[of U. S.] [159S9 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 191S: E 430624: 
D. Davidson, Spokane. Wash. 
Yanks go to it over there: words and 
music by L. Moore [of U. S.] Chi- 
cago, American music publishers. 

[15990 
© Sept. 5, 191S: 2 c. Sept. 9. 
1918; E 430736; Le Boy Moore, 
Chicago. 

Yanks (The) won't let THE KaiSEB 
HAVE ins way ; words by S. A. Froo- 
lick. music by E. S. S. Huntington 
rof U.S.I [15991 

© 1 c. Au- 22, 1918: E 430236; 
S. A. Proelkk, Oohoes, N. Y. 



989 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



15992 



pt. in, 11. s.. v. 13 



Ye olden times ; ballad classique, 
poem by W. I. Morrison, music by 
Anson Calvin Jacobs [of U. S.] op. 
23. [15992 

© Aug. 29, 191S; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
191S; E 430499; Jacobs music syn- 
dicate, Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Yb thankful people come. .See Vol- 
unteer choir, v. 5, no. 11. 
Yes we'll keep the home fiues burn- 
ing ; words by R. M. McLaurin, mu- 
sic bv It. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[15993 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1918; E 429876; 
Rosa Mitchell McLaurin, Livingston. 
Ala. 

Yokohama ; from Up in the air, words 
by Michael Corner and Waldo C. 
Twitched, music by Arthur M. Four- 
nier [of U. S.] [15994 

© Aug. 31, 191S; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1918; E 430595; Sherman, Clay & 
co., San Francisco. 

You and I ; words by R. E. House, mu- 
sic by Alex Benham [of U. S.] 

[15995 

© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 

E432373 ; R. E. House, Ferris, Tex. 

You and me : words and music by S. J. 

Smith [of U. S.] [15996 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1918; E 430451; 

Stephen J. Smith. Water Valley, 

.Miss. 

You are a-caling ; words and music 
by J. Whiteman and Harry J. Staf- 
ford [of England] [15997 
© July 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1918 ; 
E 421505 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

You ABE a Yankee — I am a Yankee, 
too ; words by J. E. Christensen, 
melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 
[15998 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1918; E 429789; 
John E.- Christensen. Deerwood, 
Minn. 

Y T ou are my skating rink girl ; words 
and, music by Clara B. Lanctot Irv- 
ing '[of U. S.] [15999 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918; E 430322; 
Herbert Irving, Norristown, Pa. 

You are so nice; waltz, by R. Ellis 
Roberts [of England] ; piano. 

[16000 
© Aug. 16. 1918; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1918 ; E 421890 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock ltd., Loudon. 



You are the only one for me; from 
He didn't want to do it, words by 
Geo. Broadhurst, music by Silvio 
Hein [of U. S.] (Cover title: 
You're the only (me for me) [16001 

© Aug. 20. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1918; E 429764; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter. New York. 

You came without a wedding kino; 

words by J. Benin niin, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [16002 

© 1 c. Aug. 19. 1918: E 429792; 

Jos. Benjamin, Wallbrook, Md. 

YOU (A\ HAVE IT I DON'T WaNT IT J 

words by Walter Hirsch and R. 
Graham, melody by Buddy Chris- 
tian [of U. S.] [16003 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918; E 432260; 
Roger Graham, Chicago. 

YOU CAN'T BEAT US. IF IT TAKES TEN 

million more ; words by J. Keirn 
Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball 
[of U. S.] [16004 

© Sept. 13. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 432437; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

Y'OU CAN'T FORGET YOUR FIRST SWEET- 
HEART ; words by H. W. Finney, 
music by Everett J. Evans [of 
U. S.] [16005 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 191S; E 432137; 
Harry W. Finney, Washington. 

You can't use force with me ; words 

and music by A. M. Kerr [of U. S.] 

[16006 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 191S; E 430307; 

Avelyn M. Kerr, Milwaukee. 

You don't know ; words by J. Will 

Callahan, melody by L. S. Roberts 

[of U. S.] [16007 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430305; 

Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 

YOU GAVE ME ALL WHEN YOU GAVE MI' 

your heart ; words and music by 
Lilian Grey [of England] [16008 
© July 5. 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 6, 1918 ; 
E 42157S; Francis. Day & Hunter 
Loudon. 

YOU KEEP SENDING 'EM OVER A>D WE'LL 
KEEP KNOCKING 'EM DOWN ; Words by 

Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Harry 
Ruby rof U. S.] [16009 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9. 1918 ; 
E 432340; Waterson, Berlin & Sny 
der co., New York. 



990 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1918 



16026 



YOU'LL . REAP WHATEVER YOU SOW ; 

words by Anna B. Russell, music by 
Geo. C. Stebbins [of U. S.] ; male 
voices. [16010 

© Dec. 21, 1917; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430474; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

You never knew ; words and music by 
A. F. Peale [of U. S.], arr. by Fred 
T. Fleming [of U. S.] [16011 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430290; 
Alice Frances Peale, Arlington 
Heights, Mass. 

You're just a great mo cuddley kid ; 
words and music by Harry Carlton 
and Jay Whidden [of England] 

[16012 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1918; E 421S8S; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

You're just the same sweet dream to 

ME AS IN THE DAYS OF OLD ; WOl'dS by 

G. L. Hebron, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [16013 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918; E 430194; 

Geo. L. Hebron, Havre de Grace, Md. 

You're the only one for me. See You 
are the only one for me. 

You're the rose that bloomed for 
me ; words and music by A. S. Cheg- 
widden [of U. S.] Chicago, Delmar 
music co. [16014 

© Mar. 23, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1918; E 429917; A. S. Chegwidden, 
Ophir, Utah. 

You're the very girl; from Every- 
thing, words by R. H. Burnside and 
John L. Golden, music by Wm, M. 
Daly [of U. S.] (Cover title : You're 
the very girl I've looked for) [10015 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 432015; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

You said a prayer for me; words by 
William Burr, music by Daphne Hope 
[of Great Britain] [16016 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421684; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Vol' STICK TO ME, DEAR. AM) I'LL STICK 

to you; duet, from Shanghai, words 
by Wm. Cary Duncan, music by Isi- 
dore Witmark [of U. S.] [16017 
© Aug. 27, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1918; E 429996; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



You've got someone who loves you, 
and that's worth all else in the 
world ; words by Robert Green, mu- 
sic by A. Kingston-Stewart [of Great 
Britain] [16018 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421689; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

YOU WERE MY SWEETHEART AND YOU 
ARE MY SWEETHEART STILL ; WOl'dS by 

A. W. Shalkar, music by Leo Fried- 
man [of U. S.] Chicago, 111., North 
American music pub. co. [16019 

© July 31, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1918; E 430435; A. W. Shalkar, 
Startup, Wash. 

You will not come again ; words by 
Dora Sigerson Short, music by Bain- 
bridge Crist [of U. S.] ; high voice. 
[16020 
© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 1918 ; 
E 429685 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 
Young commander ; march inilitaire,. 
by Wallace A. Johnson [of U. S.] ; 
pf. [16021 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 30. 1918 ; 
E 432056; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Your daddy's a soldier man ; words 
and music by B. Harvey [of U. S.] 
Detroit, Mich., Harvey and Beards- 
lee. [16022 

© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; 

E 432351 ; Bob Harvey, Detroit. 

Your love divine; words by Edward 

Lockton, music by Arthur Rosse [of 

Great Britain] [16023 

© Aug. 7, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 13, 1918 ; 
E 421692 ; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 
Your prayer and mine ; words and 
music by H. H. Jones [of U. S.] ; in 
F. Germantown, Philadelphia, Hum- 
phrey. [16024 

© July 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 19, 191S ; 
E 429640. Humphrey Hall Jones, 
Philadelphia. 
Your soldier boy will come again to 
you ; words and music by E. D. Stout 
lot CT. S.] Columbus, O.. Eureka 
music co. [16025 

© Aug. 8, 1!)1S ; 2 c. Aug. 14. 191S ; 
E 429529; Edson D. Stout, Circle- 
ville, O. 
Ziarka la BOHEMIBNNE; paroles de V. 
Parellle, muslque de n. Morisson |ot" 
France] [16026 

© July 30, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 17. 1918 ; 
B 421S21 ; Victor Parellle et Henri 
Morisson, Paris. 



991 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTBIEs 
pt. in, n. s., 



. 13. no. 0,1918 



See Liszt (Franz I 
See Liszt (Franz) 



F r bajxade. See Chopin (Frederic 

Francois ) 
r r koctubne. See Liszt (Franz) 

Ileves d'amour. 

II me NOCTTJBNE. 

Loves d'amour 

III""' NOCTtJBNK 

Reves d'amour. 

5:35 (The) to Brighton; from Tails 
up, words and nnisic by Philip Bra- 
ham | of England] [16027 
© July 15, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 14, 191S ; 
E 42170*3; Ascherberg, Ffopwood & 
Crew, ltd.. London. 

c," soxatk. See .M<»z;irt (Wolfgang 
Amadeus) 

23d (The) psalm; set to music by 
( hlcssa D. Sterling [of U. S.] 

[16028 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432361; Sterling pub. co., 
Seattle. 



59th over hebe club; march, by E. 
Ester [of U. S. | ; piano. [16029 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1918; E 430543; 
Ernest Ester, Brooklyn. 

100th (The) psalm; set to music by 
Odessa P. Sterling [of U. S.] 

[16030 
© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1918; E 432362; Sterling pub. co., 
Seattle. 

121st (The) psalm; set to music by 
Odessa D. Sterling [of U. S.] 

[16031 
© Aug. 31, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 7. 
1918; E 432360; Sterling pub. co.. 
Seattle. 

127th infantry regiment; march, by 
J. Prindl [of U. S.] ; band. [16032 
© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 4321 59; 
Joseph Prindl, Horicon, Wis. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1. 1918 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 27 unpublished) _ 48 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 4,437 unpublished) 15,984 

Total 16,032 



wi 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [16032 



Angels, roll the rock away ; anthem 
for Easter, by Edw. J. Biederiaann; 
ten. solo and chorus or quartet. [1 
© Edw. J. Biedermann, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 12553, Sept. 7, 
1918. Original entry, Feb. 23, 1891, 
no 716S. 

Apotheosis (The) of St. Dorothy; 
cantata, by N. H. Allen ; tenor solo, 
chorus and orchestral ace. Vocal 
score. [2 

© N. H. Allen, % Edward Schu- 
berth & co., New York, as the auth- 
or, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12542, Sept. 3, 1918. 
Original entry, Feb. 19, 1891, no. 
0716. 

15i.es.seu Saviour ever nearer: words 
furnished by Merton Smith, arr. by 
EL Nathan, music by James Mc- 
Oranahan. [3 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 2S years. 
Renewal no. 12509, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 28, 1891, no. 
19642. 

IIhkist is my Redeemer; words by 
El Nathan, music by James McGran- 
ahan. [4 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12518, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, May 23. 1S91, no. 
1S977. 

CiirncH (The) of God is one; words 
by El Nathan, music by James Mc- 
Grannahan. [5 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12536, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Aug. 12, 1891, no. 
29016. 

HDNQUERing Canaan ; by D. B. Town- 
er. (In Hymns new and old, no. 2) 
[6 
© D. B. Towner, Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12501, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Oct. 2. 1890, no. 
30446. 

S4376— .18 S *> 



Down at the fount ; by D. B. Towner. 
(In Hymns new and old, no. 2) 

© Daniel B. Towner, Chicago, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12500, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Oct. 2, 1890, no. 
30446. 

Drifting away ; by D. B. Towner. 
(In Hymns new and old, no. 2) 

[8 
© Daniel B. Towner, Chicago, as 
the author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12499, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Oct. 2, 1S90, no. 
30446. 

Elegy for pianoforte ; by C. Fiqu§, 
op. 6, no. 1. [9 

© Carl Fique. % Edward Schu- 
berth & co., New York, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12539, Sept. 3, 1918. 
Original entry, Feb. 11, 1891, no. 
5824. 

Every day and hour; words by Fanny 
J. Crosby, music by William How- 
ard Doane. [10 
© Fannie T. Doane, South 
Orange. N. J., as widow of the au- 
thor, "in renewal for 2S years. Re- 
newal no. 12546. Sept. 3. 1918. 
Original entry. Sept. S. 1890, no. 
27650. 

words by Fanny J. Crosby and 

W. A., music by William Howard 
Doane. [11 

© Fannie Treat Doane, Watch 
Hill, R. I., as widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 12r>r>7. Sept. 7, 1918. Original 
entry. Sept. 8, 1890, no. 27650. 

Finished (This) work: words by M. 
Fraser, music by M. A. Sea. pseud, 
of James McGranahan. [12 

© David R. Gilbert. Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 2S years. 
Renewal no. 12511, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry. May 23, 1891, no. 
18988. 



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10032 (13) 



pt. Ill, 11. s., 



Following fully ; words by M. Fra- 

ser. music by M. A. Sea, pseud, of 

James McGranahah. [13 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 

as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12524, Aug. 29, 1918. 

Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 

18984. 
Fok Jehovah I am waiting; words 

from Psalm 130, music by Wilbur 

A, Christy, arr. by James McGran- 

ahan. [14 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 

as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12529, Aug. 29, 1918. 

Original entry, June 2, 1891, no. 

20359. 
From gloky unto glory ; by James Mc- 

Granahan, arr. by El Nathan. [15 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 

as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12528. Aug. 29, 191S. 

Original entry, June 2, 1891, no. 

20357. 
Hallelujah, bless His name; words 

by M. Fraser, music by James Mc- 

Granahan. [16 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 

as executor, in renewal for 2S years. 

Renewal no. 12520, Aug. 29. 1918. 

Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 

18979. 
Hallelujah, Christ is risen ; words 

by Bishop Wordsworth, alt, music 

by James McGranahan. [17 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, Ohio, 

as executor, in renewal for 2S years. 

Renewal no. 12535, Aug. 29, 191S. 

Original entry, June 5, 1891, no. 

20849. 
Hear the blessed invitation ; by 

James McGranahan. [18 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 

as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12505, Aug. 29, 1918. 

Original entry, May 27, 1891, no. 

19525. 
Hymns new and old no. 2 ; selections, 

by D. B. Towner. [1'.) 

© D. B. Towner, Chicago, as the 

author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12502, Aug. 29, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 2, 1890, no. 3044G. 
I belong to Jkkus : words by M. Fraser. 

music by M. A. Sea, pseud, of James 

McGranahan. [20 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 

as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 12525, Aug. 29, 1918. 

Original entry. May 23, 1891, no. 

18985. 



I wait for Thee, O Lord ; words by 
E. B., music by M. A. Sea, pseud, of 
James McGranahan. [21 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, 0.„ 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12527, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
L8987. 

I will pass over you ; words by El Na- 
than, music by James McGranahan. 
[22 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12508, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, May 28, 1891, no. 
19641. 

In Jesus' face; words by El Nathan, 
words by James McGranahan. [23 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12517, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
18976. 

Jesus rids you come ; by D. B. Towner. 
(In Hymns new and old, no. 2) [24 
© D. B. Towner. Chicago, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12498, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Oct. 2, 1S90, no. 30446. 

Jesus ok Nazareth; words by El Na- 
than, music by James McGranahan. 
T25 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren O., as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12513, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
18972. 
Let us crown Him ; words by E. l'er- 
ronet, music by James McGranahan. 
[26 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren. ()., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12530, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, June 2. 1891. no. 
20361. 
Let us go forth ; words by El Nathan, 
music by James McGranahan. [27 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, 0. t 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12507, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, May 27, 1891. no. 
19527. 
Lord (The) keep match between us; 
words by J. H. Johnson, music by 
James McGranahan. [28 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12532. Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, June 2, 1891, no. 



994 



RENEWALS AND EXTENSIONS 



no.9,191S 



10032 (44) 



March (The) past of the Corcoran 
cadets ; by J. P. Sousa. [29 

© John Philip Sousa, Port Wash- 
ington, L. I., N. Y., as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Ptenewal no. 
12544, Aug. 31, 1918. Original entry, 
Dec. 31, 1890, no. 42623. 

More of Jesus ; words by M. Fraser, 
music by M. A. Sea, pseud, of James 
McGranahan. [30 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12526, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891. no. 
18986. 

My offering ; words by J. H. Johnson, 
music by James McGranahan. [31 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12534, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, June 2, 1891, no. 
20366. 

My Saviour tells me so ; words by El 
Nathan, music by James McGrana- 
han, [32 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12522, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
18981. 

National, patriotic and typical airs 
of all lands; comp. by J. P. Sousa, 
with copious notes. [33 

© John Philip Sousa, Port Wash- 
ington, L. L, N. Y., as the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12543, Aug. 31, 191S. Original entry, 
Nov. 22, 1S90, no. 36942. 

O glorious fountain ; words by M. 
Fraser, music by James McGrana- 
han. [34 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12519. Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
18978. 

One Christmas eve; or. The New 
Year's mistake, a cantata for the 
holidays, words by Harry W. Hart, 
music by Jas. R. Murray." [35 

© Isabel Murray. Cincinnati, as 
the widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 12380, 
June 27, litis. Original entry, Oct. 
17, 1890. no. 322fi3. 

One sweetly solemn thought; words 

by Phoebe Gary, music by D. P.. 

Towner. [36 

© Daniel ]',. Towner. Chicago, as 



uthc 

Renewal no. 12503, Aug, 2D. 'lids. 
Original entry. Oct. 4. IS90, no. 30820. 



Pass it on ; words by M. Fraser, music 
by James McGranahan. [37 

© David It. Gilbert. Warren, 0., as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12514, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
18973. 

Preach the Gospel; words by El 
Nathan, music by James McGrana- 
han. [38 
© David It. Gilbert, Warren, ()., as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12510, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, Mav 23, 1891, no. 
18982. 

Rescue the perishing ; words by 
Fanny J. Crosby, music by William 
Howard Doane. 

© Fanny T. Doane, South Orange, 
N. J., as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 2S years. Renewal no. 
12545, Sept. 3, 1918. Original en- 
try, Sept. 8, 1890, no. 27645. [39 

Sabbath (The) of the soul; hymn by- 
Carl Bohm, arr. by P. A. Schnecker : 
bass solo and quartet. [40 

© Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as widow 
of the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 1253S, Sept. 3. 
1918. Original entry, Jan. 29, 1S91. 
no. 4221. 

Scherzo for pianoforte ; by C. Fique. 
op. 6, no. 2. [41 

© Carl Fique. % Edward Schu- 
berth & co., New York, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
12540, Sept. 3, 1918. Original entry, 
Feb. 11, 1891, no. 5825. 

Schroder (Hermann) 50 melodische 
violin etiiden beriihmter meister (50 
melodic violin studies from the works 
of celebrated masters) ; with an ace. 
of a second violin. A graduated 
course from the simplest elements. 
destined to precede the study of It. 
Kreutzer's etudes. Ed. by II. 
Schroder, tr. and rev. by G. Dami- 
reuther. Teil 1, erste lage. — Tell 2, 
erste bis funfte lage. [42,43 

©GustavDai 



Sclu 



Ne 
al for 



years. Re- 
newal no. 12555. 12556, each Sept. 7. 
1918. Original entry. Mar. 6. L891, 
no. 8590. S591. 

[ISEVE THE I.oiai Willi GLADNESS; by 

.lames McGranahan. 1 44- 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12504, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry. Apr. 22. 1891, no. 
14971. 



995 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

pt. in, n. B., > 



13, no. 9, 1918 



Sin no more; words by M. A. B., arr. 
by El Nathan, music by James Mc- 
Granahan. [45 
© David R. Gill>ert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12521, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry. May 23. 1891, no. 

IS! ISO. 

Sim; cfnto the Lobd; by James Mc- 
Granahan. [46 
© David 11. Gilbert, Warren, O., as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12515, Aug. 29. 1918. 
Original entry, May 2?>, 1891, no. 
18974. 

Singing with grace to the Lord; 
w.u-ds by J. H. Johnson, music by 
James McGranahan. [47 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 2S years. 
Renewal no. 12533, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry. June 2. 1891, no. 
20361 
Sometime we'll understand; words 
furnished by El Nathan, music by 
James McGranahan. [48 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 12531, Aug. 29, 191S. 
< Original entry, June 2, 1891, no. 
Uo: so- 
Still as the night; English adapta- 
tion by E. J. F., music by Carl 
Rohm, arr. and adapted by E. J. 
Fitzhugh. [49 

© E. J. Fitzhugh, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12.">4. Sept. 7, 1918. 
Original entry, Mar. 3, 1891, no. 
81! 55. 



Tiiot shat.t be saved; words by El 
Nathan, music by James McGrana- 
han [60 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren. ()., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 12516, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry. May '-'.''.. 1891, no. 
1897"). 

Up yondeb : words by M. Fraser, music 
by M. A. Sea, pseud, of James Mc- 
Granahan. [51 
© David R. Gilbert, Warren. O., 
as executor, in renewal for 2S vears. 
Renewal no. 1250G, Aug. 29, 1918. 
Original entry, May 27, 1801, no. 
19528. 

Variations ox a theme from J. S. 
Bach's Christmas oratorio; by C 

Fique, op. 7; pianoforte. [52 

© Carl Fique, % Edward Schu- 
berth & co.. New York, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 12541, Sept. 3, 1918. Origi- 
nal entry, Feb. 11, 1891. no. 5820. 

We have felt the love of Jesus; 
words by J. P. Hutchinson, music by 
Wilbur A. Christy, arr. by James 
McGranahan. [53 

© David R. Gilbert, Warren, O., 
as executor, in renewal for 28 vears. 
Renewal no. 12523, Aug. 2!), 1918. 
Original entry, May 23, 1891, no. 
18983. 

What a gospel; words by M. Fraser. 
music by James McGranahan. [54 
© David It. Gilbert. Warren, 0., 
as executor, in extension for 14 
years. Renewal no. 12512, Aug. 29. 
1918. Renewal entry. May 23, 1891. 
no. 18970. 



996 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE ACT 
OF MAR. 4, 1909. [1G032 



All Erin is calling mavoukneen. [55 
© G. Ricordi & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 176. 

American beauty. [56 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Bevo. [57 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Blighty; written and composed by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee. [58 

© Francis, Day & Hunter, New- 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 13, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 176. 

Bobby the bombek. [59 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 31, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 172. 

Bring back those bygone days to me. 
[60 
© Chas. K. Harris, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 28, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 175. 

By an' by. [61 

<© G. Ricordi & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 176. 

Calicoco. [62 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 176. 

Chasing butterflies. [63 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 23, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 173. 

Chasse (La) at; renard ; piami forte. 
[04 
© White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 174. 



Circus (The) is coming to town, 

[65 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Come along to toy town [66 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Dear old pal of mine. [67 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 191S ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 176. 

Dodola. [68 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 191S ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 176. 

Don't leave me daddy. [69 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 10, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 175. 

Don't you remember the day. [70 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co. r 
NeAv York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5. 
191S ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Due am boat. [71 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 30, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 175. 

Dream of the ball. [72 

© Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 3, 191S; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 175. 

Dream on, little soldier boy. [73 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. ."v 
191S; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

He's long and lean and lanky, that 

(blur old gentleman, Uncle Sam. 

[74 

© M. Witmark ft sons. New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 24. 1918 ; recorded. 

v. 3, p. 172. 



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16032 (75) 



]>t. Ill, 11. s., v. l.j 



He's well worth waiting for. [75 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 
7. 1918; recorded, v. 3. p. 174. 

Hello girlu:. [76 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 23, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 173. 

How do you do. Me. McAdoo. [77 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3. p. 154. 

Huckleberry pie. [78 

© Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. 
<o.. New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 
27, 1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 175. 

I HAD TO SURRENDER TO VIRGINIA. [79 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5. 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

I'll come lack to you when it's all 

over. [80 

© Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 4, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 175. 

I'm going to fight my way right 

BACK to California. [81 

© McCarthy & Fisher, inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Aug. 26. 1918; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 173. 

I'm over here, and you're over there. 

[82 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

inc., New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 

5. 1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

I'm sorry I made you cry. [83 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 3, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 175. 

I thank you Mr. Hoover ; it's the 

best day in the year. [84 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 6, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 154. 

I WANT TO GO BACK TO BLIGHTY ; Words 

by Leo M. Walker, music by Wm. 
Davidson. [85 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 22, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 172. 

I WISH I HAD SOMEONE TO SAY GOOD-BYE 
TO. [86 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 31, 
191S : recorded, v. 3, p. 172. 



IK Em NOT AT THE ROLL CALL. [87 

© Leo. Feist, inc.. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 20, 1918; recorded, v. 
.">. p. 171. 

IF THE FOLKS BACK BOMB COULD ONLY 
SEE ME .NOW. [88 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

In a month on two ; from The rainbow 

girl. [89 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 21. 1918; recorded, 

v. :;. p. 172. 
Irishman (An) was made to love and 

FIGHT. [90 

© Leo. Feist, inc.. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 4, 1918; recorded, v. 

:;. i». 175. 

Jazbo Johnson's hokum band. [91 
© Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. •".. 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 154. 

Jazz band blues. [92 

© May Hill. Chicago. Notice rec'd 

Sept. 3, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 175. 

Let me build a little fence around 

your heart. [93 

© ('has. K. Harris, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 23, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 173. 

Liberty (The) glide. [94 

© Chas. K. Harris. New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 23. 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 173. 

Linda Lou. [95 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Se;>t. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Love's ever new; from The rainbow 

girl. [96 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 24. 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 172. 

Marionette; pianoforte. [97 

© White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. Notice rec'd Sept. 9. 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 174. 

Message (The) in the bottle, from 

the sea. [98 

© Will K. Skidmore, Kansas City, 

Mo. Notice rec'd Sept. 5. 1918; re- 

< orded, v. 3, p. 174. 



998 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 9, 191S 



16032 (123) 



Mississippi. [99 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 12, 1918; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 177. 

Mister Moon, how is everything on 

no man's land. [100 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 

1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Mummy mine; song by Richard Co- 
trarn and Vincent Rose. [101 

© Sherman, Clay & co., San Fran- 
cisco. Notice rec'd Sept. 4, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 174. 

My Belgian rose. [102 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 3, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 175. 

My dough boy. [103 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 191S ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 176. 

My friends Morris and Max. [104 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

My little Gypsy Wanda, won't you 

wander back to me. [105 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 31, 

1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 172. 

Noah's (The) ark; a prehistoric pa- 
trol, by Claude B. Yeavsley. [106 
© J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. Notice rec'd Sept. 3, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 175. 

NOW THAT WE'RE MARRIED. [107 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Ana;. 23. 191S ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 173. 

Over yonder where the lillies grow. 

[10S 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 13, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 176. 

Procession ; by Emiliano Renaud ; 

piano. [109 

© White-Smith music pub. co., 

Boston. Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 174. 

Ragtime (The) razor brigade. [110 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 



Rigodon ; pianoforte. [Ill 

© White-Smith music pub. co., 
Boston. Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 174. 

Road (The) to France; song by 

Signe Lund [112 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 7, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 174. 

Sarah from Sahara. [113 

© Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 176. 

Send a lot of jazz bands over there. 

[114 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Sensation. [115 

© Leo Feist, inc.. New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 10, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 175. 

Shadow (The) in your eyes. [116 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 31, 
1918; recorded, v. 3, p. 172. 

Skeleton jangle. [117 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 10, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3. p. 175. 

Smile when I'm leaving, don't cry 
when I'm gone. [IIS 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 23, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 173. 
Some lonesome night. [119 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 13, 1918 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 176. 
Starlight. [120 

© Forster music publisher, inc., 
Chicago. Notice rec'd Aug. 26, 191S : 
recorded, v. 3, p. 175. 
Sterling (The) silver moon. [121 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Sweet memories. [122 

© Forster music publisher, inc.. 

Cbicago. Notice rec'd Aug. 26, 1918 ; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 175. 

That dr f.am waltz melody. [123 

© Cbas. K. Harris, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 23, 1918 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 173. 



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pt. tit. n. s., v. L3, no. 9, 1918 



That wonderful mother of mine; 
lyric by Clyde Hager, music by Wal- 
ter Goodman. [124 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 12. 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 176. 

Throwing the bull; from We .should 

worry. [125 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 6, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 154. 

Topsy. [12G 

© G. Iticordi & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; recorded, v. 
3, p. 176. 

Twit, twit, twit. ■ [127 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 154. 

Under the blue skies of France. [128 
© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 23. 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 173. 

Valse de la poupee ; pianoforte. [129 
©White-Smith music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3 ; p. 174. 

We're on our way to France. [130 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5. 
1918 ; recorded, v. 3 ; p. 154. 

What an army of men we'd have, etc. 
[131 
© Al Piantadosi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 1918 ; re- 
corded, v. 3; p. 154. 



When I gets out in no .man's land, I 
can't be bothered with no mci.k. 
[182 
© Will E. Skidmore, Kansas City, 
Mo. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 1918; re- 
corded, v. 3; p. 174. 

When you come back. [ L33 

© G. Iticordi & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 9, 1918; recorded, 

v. 3: p. 176. 

When your sailor boy in blue (i>mk^ 

sailing home to you. I L34 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. 

New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3 ; p. 154. 

Where have you been hiding all 

these years. [135 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 5. 

1918 ; recorded, v. 3 ; p. 154. 

Wishing that dreams would come 

true. [136 

© Forster music publisher, inc.. 

Chicago. Notice rec'd Sept. 12, 1918 ; 

recorded, v. 3; p. 176. 

Women of the homeland. [137 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 13, 1918 ; recorded, 
v. 3 ; p. 176. 

YOU CAN HAVE IT, I DON'T WANT IT. 

[13S 

© Roger Graham, Chicago. Notice 
rec'd Sept. 5, 1918 ; recorded, v. 3 ; 
p. 154. 

You're your mama's little daddy now. 

[139 

© M. Witmark & sons. New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 6, 1918 ; recorded. 

v. 3 ; p. 154. 



1000 



T^^^y 



16033-17349 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE 30, 190G, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 






1918 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 13 
No. 10 



WASHINGTON 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1918 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



Explanations to be noted by users or this Catalogue. 

THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions is issued at monthly intervals in twelve numbers each year, and 
is followed by a complete index for the year. The general arrangement is an 
alphabet of the titles of the musical works with certain exceptions explained 
hereafter. The arrangement is alphabetical under the first word of the title 
(except "a," "an," or "the," or the corresponding foreign articles), and a 
grouping at the end of the title alphabet of such titles as will not con- 
veniently alphabetize (e. g., titles beginning with numerals, dates, etc.). 

Exceptions. — (1) In the case of editions of classical music instead of 
scattering them under the titles each author's works are brought together 
by an entry under the original composer's name, and for such works search 
should be made in this number under the following names: Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van) ; Brahms (Johannes) ; Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stephanie) ; Chopin 
(Frederic Francois); Haydn (Franz Josef); Leoncavallo (Ruggiero); Liszt 
(Franz); Schubert (Franz Peter); Schumann (Robert Alexander); Tschai- 
kowsky (Peter Iljitch); Verdi (Giuseppe). In case of all such works, how- 
ever, there are cross references in the title alphabet from the title of each 
work. 

(2) Collections having general titles, such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 
etudes elementaires," etc., and pieces published without individual identify- 
ing titles, but designating the class of musical work (e. g., " waltz," " dance," 
" march," " cantata," " schottische," " nocturne," " impromptu," " sonata," 
" etude," " study," " exercise," etc., without differentiating words and only 
identifiable by the name of the composer) are entered under the composer's 
name without cross references from the titles. 

Imprints. — As the publishers of musical compositions are generally also 
the claimants of copyright the imprint is omitted, but when the name and 
address of the publisher differs from that of the copyright proprietor, men- 
tion of the fact is made at the end of the title as an imprint giving place of 
publication and name of publisher. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

(ii) 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



'A Luciana ; di Giulio del Vecchio [of 
Italy] ; mandoline Naples, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [16033 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434093 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Accords ; par G. Consolini, rev. et 
doigtees avec addition de notes pour 
le travail technique par I. Philipp [of 
France] ; piano. (Nouveau gradus 
ad parnassum, no. 97) [16034 

© May 11, 1918 ; 1 c. May 28, 1918 ; 
E 421961 ; Alphonse Leduc et cie, 
Paris. 

Adagio cantabile ; by P. Nardini [of 
Italy], arr. by Miska Hauser, ed. by 
Edgar Haddock [of England] ; violin 
and piano. (Empire edition, concert 
room series, no. 5659) [16035 

© Sept. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 
E 434341 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Adieu funebre ; par O. Bouwens van 
der Boijen [of Belgium] op. 38; 
piano. [16036 

© June 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918; E 434132; O. Bouwens van 
der Boijen, Paris. 

Adokation ; words by Keats, music by 
Frank Bridge [of England] ; medium 
voice. [16037 

© Aug. 29, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1918; E 434114; Winthrop Rogers, 
ltd., London. 



After long absence. 



? Shadowings. 



After the boys return ; words and 
music by Andrew A. Dorsey [of 
U. S.] [16038 

© July 13, 1918 ; 2 c. July 12, 1918 ; 
E 430S37 ; Crescent music co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

AiTKi; jtou've gone; words and music 
by ("reamer & Layton [of U. S.] 

[16039 
© May 25. 1918 : 2 c. Sept. 28, 1918 : 
E 432708; Broadway music Corp., 
New York. 



Afterglows; suite, by F. Morris Class 
[of U. S.] op. 8; piano. Contents: 
Impromptu. — Ariette. — Nocturne. 

[16040 
© Sept. 12, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1918; E 432412; Harold Flammer, 
inc., New York. 

Again I kiss the silver curls ; words 

by A. Rosedahl, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [16041 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 431015; 

Anna Rosedahl, Watertown, S. D. 

Agilite; par Bernard Rie, rev. et 
doigtees avec addition de notes pour 
le travail technique par I. Philipp 
[of France] ; piano. (Petit gradus 
ad parnassum, no. 47) [16042 

© May 14, 1918 ; 1 c. May 28, 1918 ; 
E 421963; Alphonse Leduc et cie, 
Paris. 

Agitated mysterioso ; by Otto Langey 
[of U. S.] ; orch. (Music for the 
photoplay, no. 3) [16043 

© July 24, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 431183; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Ah's lonesome, 'deed ah is ; a south- 
ern muse, words anon, music by An- 
son Calvin Jacobs [of U. S.] op. 25. 
[16044 
© Sept. 11, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 13. 
1918; E 430844: Jacobs music syn- 
dicate, Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Air Boheaiien. See Liszt (Franz) 
Air varie ; by Pierre Rode [of France], 
ed. by Edgar Haddock [of England] : 
violin and piano, in A minor. (Em- 
pire edition, drawing room series, 
no. 5655) [16045 

© Sept. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Oct. 2. 191S ; 
E 434335 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Aischippo (L') sfasteriuso; inaeehi- 
etta coloniale. versi e musico di 
Luigi Donadio [of U. S.] ; mand. nee. 
(Edizione Russo, no. 252) [16046 
© Sept. 3, 1918; 2 c. Sept. IS. 191S : 
E 431085; James p.. Busso, Brook- 
lyn. 



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16047 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Al telefono ; duetto, versi di Eam- 
baldo, musica di Locorotondo [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [16047 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434097 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

All aboard for the gopher state ; 
words and music by F. B. Nelson [of 
TJ. S.] [16048 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1918 ; 
E 431163 ; Freda B. Nelson, Meadow- 
lands, Minn. 

All I want is a sweetheart ; words 

by E. A. Ritchie, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [16049 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430921; 

Edna A. Ritchie, Phoenix, Ariz. 

All line up in a queue ; from The lilac 
domino, words by D. S. Parsons, mu- 
sic by Howard Carr [of England] 

[16050 
© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 1 c Aug. 31, 1918 ; 
E 421936; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., and B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

All praises ; hymn song ; words and 
music by I. R. Hammond [of TJ. S.], 
arr. by Wellington A. Adams. 

[16051 
© Sept. 6, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 11. 1918 ; 
E 430803; Isabelle R. Hammond, 
Washington. 

All the way to Berlin ; words by 
Mrs. W. J. Hughes, music by M. Dav- 
idson [of U. S.] [16052 
© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430901; 
Mrs. W. J. Hughes & Mary David- 
son, San Antonio. 

All together, Hurrah ! we'll buy a 
bond; words by H. F. Wells, music 
by D. E. Varnev [of U. S.] Boston, 
H. F. Wells & co. [16053 

© Sept. 21, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1918; E 431323; Dora E. Varney & 
Henry F. Wells, Boston. 
Allegiance ; words and music by Julia 
Smith [of U. S.] Boston. D. W. 
Cooper pub. co. [16054 

© Sept. 23, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918 ; E 432729 ; D. W. Cooper, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Allegro. See Schumann (Robert Alex- 
ander.) 

Allegro molto vivace. See Tschai- 
kowsky (Peter II j itch) 



Allor che brucia il sol ; dal finale di 
operetta Linotte, libretto di C. L., 
musica di Ernesto Coop [of Italy] ; 
pf. con parole. (Pezzi staccati per 
pianoforte, no. 117483) [16055 

© Sept. 26, 191S; 1 c. Sept. 30. 
1918; E 434262; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Aloha, soldier boy; words by Sidney 
Carter, music by Walter Smith [of 
U. S.] [16056 

© Aug. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 191 S ; 
E 432238; Daniels & Wilson, inc., 
San Francisco. 

Amaranth ; by Louis Adolphe Coerne 
[of TJ. S.] op. 115, no. 2; piano. 
(Five flower impromptus, no. 2) 
[16057 
© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 430581; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Amelia; polka brillante, melody, by 

B. Mauceri [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] [16058 

© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1918; E 432442; 

Baldassare Mauceri, Brooklyn. 

Am erica at war; words by Mrs. R. 

Furness, melody by R. A. Browne 

[of TJ. S.] [16059 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1918; E 431202; 

Mrs. Ralph Furness, Hornell, N. Y. 

America for victory ; words and music 

by I. Whitney [of U. S.], arr. by R. 

A. Browne [of U. S.] [16060 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1918; E 431315; 

Irene Whitney, Coeur D'Alene, Id. 

America is first of all, America can 

never fall : words by E. M. Gasber, 

melody by R. A. Browne [of U. S.] 

[16061 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1918 ; E 432835 ; Ella 

Myers Gasber, Wheeling, W. Va . 

America lead on ; Christinas pageant 
in three episodes, text by Jessie 
Brown Pounds, music by J. H. Fill- 
more [of TJ. S.] 8vo. Cincinnati, 
O., Fillmore music house. [16062 

© Oct. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1918 ; 
E 432836; Fillmore bros co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

America must win ; words by E. M. 

Gasber, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [16063 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1918; E 431197; 

Ella Myers Gasber, Wheeling, W. Va. 



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160S1 



America, my Dixie land ; words by J. 
E. Christensen, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [16064 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1918; E 431273; 
John E. Christensen, Deerwood, 
Minn. 

America saved the day ; words and 
music by H. L. Brown [of U. S.] 

[16065 
© Sept. 24, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1918; E 431324; Harry L. Brown, 
Laconia, N. H. 

America was foeced to wae ; words by 

H. F. Clayton, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [16066 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430943; 

H. F. Clayton, Lebanon, Neb. 

America you're my darling; words 
and music by E. .T. Hennessy [of 
U. S.], arr. by Frederick L. Watson. 
[16067 
© Sept. 26, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918; E 432718; Elizabeth J. Hen- 
nessy, Haverhill, Mass. 

American boys ; words by A. Gaisford, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington [of 

U. S.] [16068 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430967; 

Alda Gaisford, Woonsocket, R. I. 

American eagle and airplane one- 
step ; words and music bv O. D. Hop- 
kins [of U. S.] [16069 
© Sept. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 13, 1918 ; 
E 430863 ; O. D. Hopkins, New York. 

American (The) general; by A. I. du 

Pont [of U. S.], arr. by Tom Clark 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [16070 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 191S; E 430S47 ; 

Alfred I. du Pont, Wilmington, Del. 

American heart throbs; one step, 

march; by B. Stern [of U. S.]. arr. 

by Edw. Morbach [of U. S.] ; piano. 

[16071 

© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1918 ; E 430S18 ; 

Bernhard Stern, New York. 

American heroes march ; by F. E. 
Moll [of U. S.] ; piano. [16072 

© 1 c. Sept. 11. 1918; E 430829; 
Frederick Emil Moll, Brooklyn. 

Americans all; words and music by 
L. C. M. C. Cheves [of U. S.] (In 
Song writers of America magaziae, 
no. 2) [16073 

© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918 ; E 431244 : L. C. M. C. Cheves, 
Charleston, S. C. 



Americans (The) come; part-song, 
words by Elizabeth A. Wilbur, music 
by Fay Foster [of U. S.] 1. Sop., 
alto and baritone. 2. Mixed voices. 
4to. (Part-song arrangements, nos. 
4577, 4574) [16074, 16075 

© Sept. 27. 1918; 2 c. each Sept. 
28, 1918; E 432704, 432705; J. 
Fischer & bro., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

America's tribute; words by I. L. 

Smith, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [16076 

© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1918; E 431027; 

Inex Lanius Smith, Pharr, Tex. 

Ammunition (The) girl; marching 
song and one-step, words and music 
by George Birch [of Canada] 

[16077 
© Sept. 17, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 21. 
1918; E 434121; Musgrave bros., 
Toronto, Canada. 

Amor mi fa cantare; canzonetta, pa- 
role anon., musica di Stefano Do- 
naudy [of Italy] (XXIV arie, se- 
condo serie, no. 117231) [16078 

© Sept. 26, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1918; E 434190; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Andante appassionata ; by Soro, 
played by Eva Liminana [of Chili, 
S. A.] (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, J. 18604) [16079 

© Sept. 20, 1917; 2 c. Nov. 26, 
1917 ; E 421951 ; American piano co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation] 

Andante con variazioni. See Haydn 
(Franz Josef) 

Angel voices ever singing; anthem, 
words anon., music by Harry Rowe 
Shelley [of U. S.] ; bar. solo and 
quartet. (Blue octavo series, no. 
4007.) [16080 

© Sept. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1918; E 432410; Harold Flammer, 
inc., New York. 

Angelus. See Old China. 

Apotheosis. See Cinema music bk. 3. 

Apparitions ; serenade, par M. Sini- 
gaglia [of Italy] ; petit orch. et piano 
conducteur. 4to. [16081 

© Aug. 24. 1918: 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 434040; Sinigaglia, Nice, 
France. 



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16082 



pt. in, n. s., v. 13 



Aee you lending a hand to Yankee- 
land; words by J. Will Callahan, 
music by B. M. Tice [of U. S.] 

[16082 
© Sept. 28, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918 ; E 431286 ; Blanche M. Tice mu- 
sic pub. co., Sioux City, la. 

Argentine (An) serenade; English 
words by Fred Allendale, music arr. 
by Elsie April [of England] ; in F. 



© Aug. 8, 191S ; 1 c. Sept. 16, 191S ; 
E 434024; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Aria (Arie) : by Alfred Mistowski [of 
England] ; violin and piano or or- 
gan. [16084 
© Sept. 13, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14. 
1918; E 434013; J. & W. Chester, 
London. 

Ariette. See Afterglows. 

Aristocracy must fall; words by B. 

E. Mumaugh, melody by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [16085 

© 1 c Sept. 9, 1918; E. 430762; 

Bertha E. Mumaugh, Lima, O. 

Armageddon ; words by Frances Hog- 
gan, music by E. Belaribi [of Eng- 
land]. [16086 
© Sept. 19, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1918; E 434085; Elinor Belaribi, 
Shrawley, England. 

As summer wanes ; words by Edward 
Sandford Martin, music by Janet M. 
Grace [of U. S.] ; in D. [16087 

© Sept. 18, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918 ; E 432727 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

As you were; selection, by Herman 
Darewski [of England] ; piano. 

[160S8 
© Sept. 2, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 16, 
1918; E 434029; Herman Darewski 
music pub. co., London. 

At Potsdam : words and music by M. 
Sargent [of U. S.] [16089 

© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1918; E 432408; 
Marian Sargent, Lincoln, Neb. 

AU REVOIR LITTLE MADEMOISELLE ; Words 

and music by L. J. Connery and Billy 

Philbrick [of U. S.] [16090 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1918; E 429641; 

Lawrence J. Connery, Lynn, Mass. 

Autumn leaves ; by Mathilde Bilbro 
[of U. S.] ; piano. [16091 

© Aug. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 430589; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 



Ave Maria; sacred song by Vincenzo 
de Giorgio [of Australia] ; piano ace. 
with violin obbl. ad lib. ; in E. 

[16092 
© Feb. 23, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918 ; E 434130 ; W. H. Paling & co., 
Sydney, Australia. 

See also Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Babe o' mine; words and music by 
Jessie Shmith [of Australia] ; violin 
and violoncello obbl. [16093 

© Jan. 31, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 434118; Allan & co., pty., 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

Bacio (II) (Le baiser) ; poesie de A. 

Morlet, musique de Y. Fossoul [of 

France] op. 21. [16094 

© Sept. 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28. 

1918 ; E 434169 ; Yves Fossoul. Paris. 

Back to Berlin ; words by A. H. Hol- 

lenbeck, melodv bv R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [16095 

© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1918; E 432753; 

A. H. Hollenbeck, Creston, la. 

Back up our boys over there ; words 
and music by E. G. Allen [of U. S.] 
4to. [16096 

© Sept. 21, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1918 ; E 431253 ; Ed. G. Allen, Brook- 
lyn. 

Bal masque ; by Y'Ener [of France] ; 
pf. (Petites recreations, no. 3) 

[16097 
© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 421908; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

Ballo. See Old English harpsichord 
dances, bk. I. 

Ban Joe Johnson's banjo band; 
words and melody by C. R. Jones 
[of U. S.]. arr. by Harry Alford 
[of U. S.] [16098 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1918; E 432129; 
Clarence R. Jones, Albany. 

Barlumi; by G. Francesco Malipiero 

[of Italy] ; pf. [16099 

© Sept. 13, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 

1918 ; E 434011 : J. & W. Chester, 

London. 

Barratt (Edgari Two little fairy 
tales: by E. Barratt [of England]; 
pf. Contents: Once upon a time.- - 
Princess's lullaby. [16100 

© Aug. 2, 1918 : 1 c. Aug. 3. 1918 ; 
E 421529: Elkin & CO., ltd.. London. 



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JO. 10, 1918 



16121 



Battle (The) cry of the Allies ; 

words by A. L. Brown, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [16101 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430888; 

Arthur Lorenzo Brown, Toledo, O. 
Battle (The) cry of the Sammies; 

words by A. Everett, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [16102 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430999; 

Arthur Everett, Wellsboro, Pa. 
Battle (The) hymn; words by Julia 

Ward Howe, music by P. Brown [of 

Great Britain] 8vo. London, Skef- 

fington & son, ltd. [16103 

© July 12, 1918 ; 1 c. July 31, 1918 ; 

E 434015 ; Robert Percival Brown, 

Kirkby, Lonsdale, England. 

Battle hymn of the U. S. A. ; words 

by G. C. Boyd, melody by It. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [16104 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1918; E 432830; 

George C. Boyd, Payson, Ariz. 

Battledore and shuttlecock. See 
Birthday party. 

Be of good cheer; words and music 
by R. J. Schulz [of U. S.] [16105 
© Sept. 4, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1918 ; E 432574 ; R. J. Schulz, Hens- 
dale, 111. 

Be one of us ; words and melody by 

M. A. Michel [of U. S.] [16106 

© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918; E 432540; 

Marie Auguste Michel, Goldfield, Nev. 

Be thou my light ; sacred song, words 
and music by Reginald Billin [of U. 
S.] ; high voice, low voice. [16107 

© Sept. 24, 1918; 2 c. each Sept. 
25, 1918; E 431255: Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Be with us still; words by James 
Rowe, music by Anthony J. Sho- 
walter [of U. S.] Dalton, Ga., A. J. 
Showalter co. [16108 

© Aug. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 26. 1918 ; 
E 429864; A. J. Showalter, Dalton, 
Ga. 
Beacon (The) lights; words and mu- 
sic by M. T. Donavan [of U. S.] 

[16109 
© Sept. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 17. 1918 ; 
E 432475; M. T. Donavan, Santa 
Monica, Cal. 

Beating Bill in Berlin ; words by 
Barbara Bever, music bv H. B. Ack- 
iey [of U. S.] [16110 

© 1 e. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430767; 
Henry Broek Ackley, Oconomowoc, 
Wis. 



Beautiful city, good-night ; words 
and music by A. L. Ashworth [of 
Canada] Montreal, P. Q., Harry 
Ashworth. [16111 

© Sept. 17, 1918; 1 c Sept. 21, 
1918 ; E 4.34122 ; Arthur L. Ashworth, 
Montreal, Canada. 

Beautiful garden of memories ; words 
by James Wilson, music by Sidnev 
Lennox [of England] [16112 

© Aus. 27, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 421943; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
Blackpool, England. 

Beautiful (The) girl with the beau- 
tiful flag; words by D. Metzler, 
music bv E. S. S. Huntington [of 
U. S.] [16113 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430674; 
Dora Metzler, Spokane, Wash. 

Beautiful night ; from Sometime, 
words by Rida Johnson Young, music 
by Rudolf Friml [of U. S.] [16114 
© Sept. 16, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
191S; E 432465; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Beautiful (The) Stars and Stripes; 

words bv E. M. Gerity, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] [16115 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430992; 

Edward M. Gerity, Philadelphia. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Sonata ; by 
L. van Beethoven, op. 102, 5, 69, ed. 
by Donald Francis Tovey and Percy 
Such [of Great Britain] ; violoncello 
and piano. (Sonatas for piano and 
violoncello, nos. 2, 3, 4) 1. In C. 
2. In G minor. 3, In A. [16116-16118 
© Aug. 1, 191S; 1 c. each Sept. 4, 
1918 ; E 421930-421932 ; Augener ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Beginners' (The) choir no. 2 ; coll. of 
anthems and snugs, comp. by Ira B. 
Wilson and others [of U. S.] 4to. 

[16119 
© Aug. 31, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Sept. 
16, 191S ; A 502976 ; Lorenz pub. CO.. 
Dayton, O. 

Belgium belle: words and melody bv 
A. Bcinta [of U. S.] [16120 

© 1 c. Oct. 5. 191S: E 432SO: 1 . : Au- 
geio Scinta, I 'leveland. 

Belle (La) botocanqebe: ; chanson- 
inarche, paroles de L. Bousquet. 
musique do Camille Robert [of 
France] [16121 

© Sopt. 10, 1918; 1 «•. Sept 28, 
1918; E -mi04: Louis Bousquet, 
Paris. 



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Belle Story's liberty waltz song; 
from Everything, words by Darl Mac 
Bnvle. music by J. M. Rumslrisky [of 
U. S.] [16122 

© Sept. 17, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1918; E 431093; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Beneficenza ; versi di Kambaldo, mu- 
sica di Cunzo [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 

[16123 
© Aug. 1, 191S ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434110; Italian book co., inf.. New 
York. 

Berceuse. Sec Italian scenes. 

Berceuse de chez nous. See Rondes 
et chansons d'Alsace et de Lorraine. 

Berceuse pour Jeannette; paroles de 

G. Brillant, musique de Y. Fossoul 

[of France] op. 20. [16124 

© Sept. 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 

1918 ; E 434173 ; Yves Fossoul, Paris. 

Berceuse slave ; Russian cradle song. 
by F. Neruda [of U. S.] op. 11, arr. 
and concert trans, by B. W. Gilrnan ; 
violin and piano. [16125 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1918; E 431308; 
Boris W. Gilrnan, Bronx, N. Y. 

Beriot (Charles de) Two melodies; 
by C. de Beriot [of France], ed. by 
Edgar Haddock [of England] ; violin 
and piano, no. 1 in C maj., no. 2 in G 
maj. (Empire edition, practice room 
series, no. 5621) [16126 

© Sept. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Oct. 2. 1918 ; 
E 434330 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Bethlehem ; Christmas service, words 
by various authors [of U. S.], music 
by John J. Thomas and others. 
8vo. [16127 

© Oct. 22, 1917 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 191S ; 
aff. Sept. 9, 1918 ; A 502842 ; Tullar- 
Meredith co., New York. 

Bianchinetta ; parole di F. De Goi- 
zueta, musica di Ugo Lacchini [of 
Italy] 1. Canto e pf. 2. Pf. solo. 
[16128, 16129 
© Sept. 26, 1918; 1 c. each Sept. 
28, 1918; E 434204, 434207; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., Milan. 

Big chief Kill-a-Hun ; words by Al- 
fred Bryan and Edgar Leslie, music 
by Maurice Abrahams [of U. S.] 

[16130 
© Sept. 17, 1918: 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1918; E 432529: Waterson. Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 



BlNG BANG, BING BANG. MUSIC OF THE 

guns : words and melody by B. P. 
McMaster [of U. S.], arr. by Alice 
Walker [of U. S.] [16131 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1918; E 431265; 
Benjamin Palmer McMaster. Colum- 
bia,' S. C. 
Biondina (La); valzer, melody, by 
B. Mauceri [of Italy, domiciled at 
Brooklyn] [16132 

© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1918 ; E 432441 ; 
Baldassare Mauceri, Brooklyn. 

Birichina; mazurka-elegante, by 1'.. 

Mauceri [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] ; instrumental. [16133 

© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1918; E 430813; 

Baldassare Mauceri, Brooklyn. 

Birthday (The) party; six little 
pieces, by Ethel Bilsland [of Great 
Britain] Contents: Friends to 
tea. — Peep-bo. — T i n soldiers. — Bat- 
tledore and shuttlecock. — Ring o' 
roses. — Sleepy song. [16134 

© June 11, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 3. 1918 ; 
E 421913; Anglo-French music co.. 
ltd., London. 

Black (The) boys are coming Mister 
Kaiser; words by C. H. Parker, jr.. 
music by Samuel H. Speck [of U. S.] 
(In Song writers of America maga- 
zine, no. 2) [16135 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23. 
1918 : E 431242 ; Charles H. Parker, 
jr., Hampton, Va. 

Blemant (L.) 20 etudes melodiques : 
divisees en deux cahiers par L. Ble- 
mant [of France] ; saxophone. l er 
cahier. [16136 

© May 14, 1918; 1 c. May 28, 
1918 ; E 421971 ; Alphonse Leduc et 
cie., Paris. 

Blue bell waltz; by Charles Water- 
man [of U. S.] ; piano. [16137 
© Sept. 23, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1918; E 432570; Geo. Jaberg music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Blue devils ; march, by J. M. Luzier 
[of U. S.] ; piano. Los Angeles. Cal., 
W. A. Quincke & co. [16138 

© July 15. 1918; 2 c. Aug. 29. 
191S; E 430382; J. M. Luzier, Pla- 
centia, Cal. 

Blue devils of France; march, by L. 
Edwards [of U. S.], arr. by W. 
Schulz [of U. S.] ; cornet, in B flat. 
[16139 
© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430772; 
Leo Edwards and Win. Schulz, 
Brooklyn. 



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do. 10, 1918 

" I 
Bluebell way. See By road and river. 

Boat (A) ; words and music by Alice 
M. Daniel [of U. S.] [16140 

© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 430778 ; Mrs. Geo. W. Daniel, Ca- 
lais, Me. 

Bobolink; bv Matbilde Bilbro [of U. 
S.] ; piano. [16141 

© Aug. 30, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; 
E 430588; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Bogte (The) man. See Stanford 
(Charles Villiers) Six sketches. 

Bohemian wedding polka; by C. 
Woess [of U. S.] ; piano. [16142 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1918; E 431175; 
Carl Woess, New York. 

Bonnie Scotland; intro: Highland 
fling, by R. S. Morrison [of U. S.] ; 
pf. (Polk dances, no. 15328) 

[16143 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1918; E 432070; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Book of solos ; by various composers, 
arr. by J. A. Witter, ed. by Carl 
Friedemann [of U. S.] ; harp guit. 
bk. I. [16144 

© July 29, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
1, 1918 ; A 502271 ; Sterling music co., 
Tyrone, Pa. 

Bourree. See Stanford (Charles Vil- 
liers) Six sketches. 

Boy o' mine ; words and melody by F. 

T. Irving [of TJ. S.], arr. by Arthur 

Fisk [of U. S.] [16145 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 191S; E 432841; 

Florence T. Irving, San Francisco. 

Boy of mine ; words by Brenta French 
Wallace, music by Mercy Priscilla 
Lloyd Graham [of U. S.] [16146 
© Sept. 5, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1918 ; 
E 432414; French & Lloyd, New 
York. 

Boy (The) scout's letter to his sol- 
dier brother; words by J. M. Clay- 
ton, music by Paul C. Pratt [of 
U. S.] [16147 

© Sept. 14, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1918 ; E 431128 ; Jim Clayton, Dallas. 

Boys (The) from the U. S. A. ; words 

by R. Henderson, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington [of U. S.] [16148 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430965; 

Robert Henderson, Lithonia, Ga. 



16156 



Boys of the U. S. A. ; words by W. 

Bm-gett. melody by R. A. Browne 

[of U. S.] [16149 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1918; E 431196; 

Win. Burgett, Muncie, Ind. 

Boys (The) of the U. S. A.; words 
and melody by C. E. Sullivan [of 
U. S.], arr. by Thos. Freeman [of 
U. S.] [16150 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 430857; 
Catherine E. Sullivan, New York. 

words and music by Mrs. A. B. 

Stewart [of U. S.] [16151 

© Sept. 27, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918 ; E 431293 ; Mrs. A. B. Stewart, 
Hays, Kans. 

Boys (The) of Uncle Sam; words by 
H. C. Leonard, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington [of U. S.] [16152 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430996; 
Helen Cheney Leonard, Wolfeboro, 
N. H. 

Brahms (Johannes) Brahmsiana ; se- 
lection by J. Brahms, arr. by Otto 
Langey [of U. S.] ; orch. (Galaxy, 
no. 125) [16153 

© Sept. 20, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1918; E 432537; G Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Brahmsiana. See Brahms (Johan- 
nes) 

Brave soldier lads ; words by P. E. 
Porter, melody by R. A. Browne [of 
U. S.] [16154 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1918; E 431313; 
Percy E. Porter, Yarmouth, N. S., 
Canada. 

Bridge (The) of Avignon (Surlepont 
d'Avignon) ; French ronde, from the 
Burchenal collection of folk-dances, 
ed. by Elizabeth Burchenal [of 
U. S.] ; piano. [16155 

© Sept. 23. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 24. 
1918; E 432544; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Bright (The) and morning star; a 
Christmas cantata for the use of 
church choirs, text by Edith San- 
ford Tillotson, music by Ira B. Wil- 
son [of U. S.] 1 p. 1., 60 p. 4to. 

[16156 
© Sept. 26. 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
2, 191S; A 506018; Lorenz pub co., 
Dayton, O. 



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Beightest and best : anthem for 

Christmas, words by Reginald Heber, 

music by A. W. Lansing [of U. S.] ; 

mixed voices. 4t<>. (Anthems for 

mixed voices, eleventh series, no. 

517) [16157 

© Nov. 5, 1917 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 

E 430572; Tullar-Meredith CO., New 

York. 
Being back the heabt you stole ; 

words and music by A. Thompson 

[of U. S.] [16158 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430611; Al 

Thompson, Penniman, Va. 
Being hee again, O western wind; 

words by W. E. Henley, music bv 

Cecil Forsyth [of U. S.] [16159 

© Sept. 18, 1918: 2 c. Sept. 19, 

1918 ; E 432494 ; H. W. Gray CO., New 

York. 
Being ye the tithes. See Volunteer 

choir, v. VI, no. 1. 
Brothers again ; words and music by 

J. M. Wilson [of U. S.] [16160 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918: E 430749; 

John Mills Wilson, Los Angeles. 

Beunetta (La) ; valzer, melody by B. 

Mauceri [of Italy, domiciled at 

Brooklyn] [16161 

© 1 c. Sept. 17, 191S; E 432439; 

Baldassare Mauceri, Brooklyn. 

Bubble, bubble, bubble ; words and 
music by H. Guantley [of Canada] 
[In Song writers of America maga- 
zine, no. 2) [16162 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 431245; Hardy Guantley, 
Hamilton, Ont, Canada. 

Bubbly ; selection, by Philip Braham, 
arr. by J. Ord Hume [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; band. 4to. (In Boosey & co.'s 
brass & reed band journal, no. 578) 

[16163 

© Dec. 7, 1917 ; lc. Sept. 12, 1918 ; 

E 434002; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 

Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Buccaneee Billy; words by Edgar 
Cheesman, music by Stanley Gordon 
[of Great Britain] ; in D. [16164 

© Sept. 21, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 25, 1918 ; 
E 434145 ; Charles Sheard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Buco (II) di Claeetta; versi di Ram- 
baldo, musica di S. Cafiero [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [16165 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 191S ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1918 ; E 434099 ; Italian book co., inc., 
New York. 



Bugles (The) of deeamland; words 

by Fiona Macleod, music by William 

J. Fenney [of England] op. 6, no. 4. 

[10166 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 

E 421942 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Eunch (A) of ceimson eoses ; words 
and music by Charles Oliver [of 
England] London, E. Osborne & CO., 
ltd. [10167 

© May 6. 1918 ; 1 c. May 15, 1918 ; 
E 420845; H. Sharpies & son, ltd., 
Blackpool, England. 

Butteeflies' chase. See Herbert 

(Ivy) Six miniatures. 
Buy a libebty bond ; words and music 

by Lynn F. Cowan [of U. S.] [16168 
© Sept. 25, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 28, 

1918 ; E 432702 ; Waterson. Berlin & 

Snyder co.. New York. 
By road and river; five songs, words 

by Helen Taylor, music by May H. 

Bnihe [pf England] Contents: Red 

roofs. — Hawthorn. — Bluebell way.— 

O western wind. — In Norley wood. 

1. No. 2, high. 2. No. 1. low. 

[16169, 16170 
© Sept. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. each Oct. 3, 

1918; E 434342, 434343; Enoch & 

sons, London. 
By this sign ; words and melody by S. 

V. Hunter [of U. S.] [16171 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1918; E 432592; 

Sara Vandelia Hunter. Youngstown, 

O. 
Cadute (Le) ; versi di G. Bianchi. 

musica di G. Del Vecchio [of Italy] ; 

mand. ace. Naples, Emilio Gen- 
narelli & c. [16172 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 

E 434100 ; Italian book co., inc., New 

York. 
Caline; piccolo studio di legato, di 

Victor de Sabata [of Italy] ; pf. 

[16173 
© Sept. 26, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 

1918; E 434193; G. Ricordi & CO., 

Milan. 
Call (The) ; words and melody by J. 

Gammill [of U. S.] [16174 

© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1918; E 432756; 

Jessie Gammill, Imperial, Neb. 
Call (The) of the boll on high; 

words by D. W. Whittle, music by 

James McGranahan [of U. S.] ; male 

voices. [10175 

© Jan. 21, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 11. 1918 ; 

E 430469; Charles M. Alexander, 

Phiadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 



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16192 



Call (The) of the Stabs and Steipes ; 
march song, words by Frederic T. 
Cardoze, music by H. D. Thomas [of 
U. S.] Albany, Thomas music stores, 
inc. [16176 

© Sept. 4, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1918 ; 
E 431169; Harry Dewey Thomas, 
Albany. 

Call (The) to arms; words by P. R. 

Butler, melody by R. A. Browne [of 

U. S.] [16177 

© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1918 ; E 431095 ; P. 

R. Butler, Eastman, Pa. 

Camp Wheeler blues ; words and mel- 
ody by A. C. Mitchell [of U. S.] 

[16178 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1918; E 430S20; 

Albert Carlyle Mitchell, Macon, Ga. 

Can you hear me; words and music 
by Harry Castling and Chas. Ridg- 
Avell [of England] [16179 

© Aug. 8, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 31, 1918 ; 
E 421935 ; Herman Darewski music 
pub. co., London. 

Canadese (La) ; ballabile del G. In- 
genito [of Italy] ; mand. 4to. 

[16180 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 28, 1918 ; 
E 434176 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Cantando sull'onda; barcarola, versi 
di Pasquale Federici, musica di O. 
March etti [of Italy, domiciled at 
Providence, R. I.] ; mand. ace. 

[16181 
© Sept. 7, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1918 ; 
E 431102; Odosco Marchetti, Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Canto funebre ; parole di P. B. Shelley, 
traduzione di Roberto Ascoli, musica 
di Ottorino Respighi [of Italy] 
(Cinque liriche, no. II) [16182 

© Sept. 26, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
191S; E 434227; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Cantonment blues ; words and melody 
by A. C. Mitchell [of U. S.] [16183 
© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1918 ; E 430819 ; Al- 
bert Carlyle Mitchell, Macon, Ga. 

Canute son fatte le tempie; fram- 
menti di lirici Greci, da Anacreonte, 
traduzione di Enrico Thovez, musica 
di Giacomo Benvenuti [of Italy] 

[16184 
© Sept. 26, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1918; E 434202; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



Canzone (La) del soldato ; versi di 
Vincenzo Emilio, musica di Giulio 
Del Vecchio [of Italy] ; mand. ace. 
Naples, Emilio Gennarelli & c. 

[16185 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434096 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Capitano (II) Rizzo; l'affondatore, 
versi di Gennaro Camerlingo musica 
di Sidney Jones [of Great Britain] ; 
canto e mandolino. [16186 

© Aug. 19, 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 3 1918 ; 
E 421974; Natale Di Palma, New 
York. 

Carmen ; let us now praise famous 
men, text from the Bible, music by 
Charles W. Pearce [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; women's voices. 4to. [16187 
© July 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918 ; E 434127 ; A. Hammond & CO., 
London. 

Carol (A) of peace; words by Arch- 
deacon Wakeford, music by G. J. 
Bennett [of England] ; mixed voices, 
organ ace. (In Musical times, Oct. 1, 
1918) 4to. [16188 

© Sept. 27, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28. 
1918 ; E 434182 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Carry on ; words by O. J. Holm, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington [of U. S.] 

[16189 
© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430924; 
Olaf J. Holm, Detroit. 

Carter (Buenta) Caprice; by B. Car- 
ter [of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[16190 
© Sept. 20, 1918;- 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918: E 431252; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Cascade (La) ; etude-caprice de con- 
cert, by Apollinary de Kontski [of 
Poland] op. 3, ed. by Edgar Had- 
dock [of England] ; violin and piauo 
in D maj. ; (Empire edition, concert 
room series, no 5660) [16191 

© Sept. 16, 191S ; 1 c. Oct. 2, 1918 ; 
E 434340 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Causerie; par O. Bouwens van der 

Boijon [of Belgium] op. 39; piano. 

[16192 

© June 24, 191S ; 1 c. Sept. 24, 

1918 ; E 434134 ; O. Bouwens van der 

Boijen, Paris. 



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Cento kilometki all' oba; versi di 
E. Scala, musica di E. Cannio [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Emilio 
Gennarelli & c. [16193 

© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434103 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 
Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stepha- 
nie) Minuetto; by Chaminade, op. 
23, concert trans, by B. W. Gilman 
[of U. S.] ; violin and piano. 

[16194 
© 1 e. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430849; 
Boris W. Gilman, Bronx, N. Y. 

Chanson blonde ; paroles de Christine 

et W. Burtey, musique de Christing 

[of France] ; piano et chant. [16195 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 

1918 ; E 434046 ; Christine, Paris. 

Chanson pour les girl-scouts. See 
Dalcroze (Emile Jaques-) Six chan- 
sons de route. 

Chanson pour un bivouac. See Dal- 
croze (Emile Jaques-) Six chansons 
de route. 

Chanson sans paroles ; by Ferdinand 
David [of Germany], ed. by Edgar 
Haddock [of England] ; violin and 
piano in A major. (Empire edition, 
practice room series, no. 5623) 

[16196 
© Sept. 16, 1918; 1 c. Oct. 2, 1918; 
E 434328 ; Havvkes & son, London. 

Chant (Le) des cloches; paroles 
d'Arthur Smith, musique de Leo 
Claude [of Canada] [16197 

© Sept. 23, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918 ; E 434245 ; Edmour L. Turcot, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Chant (Le) du menetrier; par Mau- 
rice Pesse [of France] ; piano. (Six 
petites pieces champetres, no. 5) 

[16198 
© Aug. 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 434054; Philippo, Paris. 
Chant du moulin ; etude par Denis 
Dupre [of Great Britain] ; piano. 

[16199 
© July 22, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918; E 434128; A. Hammond & co., 
London. 

Chant triomphal; J'apres un poeme 
de Victor Hugo, musique de Albert 
Doyen [of France] ; soli sop. et ten., 
choeur final et orch. avec conduc- 
teur pour harmonie. 4to. [16200 
© May 14, 1918 ; 1 c. May 28, 1918 ; 
E 421958; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 



Chantey (The) singers; a nautical 
melange in one dog-watch, by Jerome 
Jaem [pseud, of J. J. Muriff, of Eng- 
land, domiciled at San Francisco] 
[16201 
© 1 c. words, Aug. 5, 1918; 1 c. 
music Sept. 10, 1918; D 19870; Je- 
rome Joseph Muriff, San Francisco. 

Chappell's army journal, no. 460 ; 
arr. by Dan Godfrey [of Great Bri- 
tain] ; military band with conduc- 
tor. Contents : In a corner of some- 
where; by Haydn Wood. — Homing; 
by Teresa Del Riego. — Wood 
nymphs ; by Eric Coates. — Frivo- 
lette; by Montague Ring. — The 
Jimmy Sale rag; by Haydn Wood. 
[16202 
© Aug. 29, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1918 ; E 434084 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Chatelaine (Une) en sa tour; par 
Gabriel Faure [of France] op. 110; 
harpe. [16203 

© Sept. 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1918; E. 434174; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Che bella canzone; versi di G. Bi- 
anchi; musica di S. Capaldo [of 
Italy] ; mand. ace. Naples, Emilfo 
Gennarelli e c. [16204 

© Aug. 1. 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 2, 1918 ; 
E 434112 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Chez qui va-t-elle; paroles de Wil- 
liam Burtey, musique de Christine 
[of France] ; piano et chant. [16205 
© Aug. 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 434060; ChristinS, Paris. 

Chiamavano (La) Niny; versi e mu- 
sica di Giulio Del Vecchio [of Italy] ; 
mand. ace. Naples, Emilio Gennar- 
elli e c. * [16206 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 191S ; 
E 434095 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Child-hood's morning; by T. G. Green 

[of U. S.] ; piano. [16207 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 432551; 

Thomas G. Green, Shelbyville, Ind. 

Child's own music book ; the largest 
collection of mothers' and children*' 
songs, musical games and piano mu- 
sic ever published, covering com- 
pletely all phases of child life, se- 
lected and ed. by A. E. Wier [of 



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16222 



Child's own music book — Continued. 
U. S.] New York, World syndicate 
company, inc., [1918] 535 p. 4to. 
[16208 
© Oct. 1, 1918 ; 2 c. and aff. Oct. 
5. 1918; A 506054; Albert Ernest 
Wier, Brooklyn. 

Child's (The) teaining in ehythm ; 
handbook for the teacher, by Sylvia 
E. Currey [of Great Britain] 8vo. 

[16209 

© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 421949; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

Chinese (The) sailor man ; a Mongo- 
lian barcarole, from Shanghai, words 
by Willard Holcomb, music by Isi- 
dore Witmark [of U. S.] [16210 
© Sept. 10, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1918 ; E 430807 ; M. AVitmark & sons, 
New York. 

Chinoiseeie ; words by Theophile Gau- 
tier, tr. by Charles Fonteyn Manney, 
music by Dagmar de Corval Rybner 
[of Denmark, domiciled at New 
York] ; high, in D minor. [16211 
© July 25, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 431188; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Chieomanzta ; versi di Rambaldo, mu- 
sica di Vagnetti [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e c. 
[16212 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434111 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Choisis Lison ; sur la chanson de Louis 
Bousquet, musique de Camille Rob- 
ert, arr. par Gabriel Allier [of 
France] ; harmonie ou fanfare avec 
tambours et clairons ad lib. 4to. 

[16213 
© Sept. 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1918 ; E 434157 ; L. Bousquet, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chopn (Feedeeic Fbanqois) Mazur- 
kas; par Fr. Chopin, op. 6 no. 1, edi- 
tion revue par M.-.I. Riss-Arbeau [of 
France] ; piano. (Collection orphe6, 
no. 148) [16214 

© Sept. 13, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 16, 
1918 ; E 434036 ; Societe" f rangaise d' 
Edition des grands classiques musi- 
caux, Paris. 

l er impromptu ; de Chopin, op. 29, 

(Sdition revue et doigtGe par L. Dim- 
mer [of France] ; piano, en la bemol 



Chopin (Feedeeic Fbanqois) — Contd. 
majeur. (Edition nationale f ran- 
gaise, no. 92) [16215 
© May 23, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 23, 1918 ; 
E 421S60; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vising and fingering] 

Cheist will gathee in His own ; 
anthem, words anon., music by Alan 
Gray [of England] ; mixed voices. 
(In Musical times, Sept. 1, 1918) 

[16216 
© Sept. 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1918 ; E 421995 ; Novello & co., Lon- 
don. 

Cheistmas lullaby; part-song, words 
anon., music by Walter E. Hartley 
[of U. S.] ; mixed voices, organ ace. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 508) 
[16217 
© Oct. 2, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1918 ; 
E 432824 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

Cheistmas moening; and there were 
shepherds, anthem, verses from St. 
Luke, music by Joseph Fetcher [of 
U. S.] ; choir. 4to. (Choir music, 
no. 40) [16218 

© Sept. 23, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918 ; E 431206 ; Robin Ellis, Ridge- 
field Park, N. J. 

Cheistmas night ; words and music by 
H. P. Grove [of TJ. S.] (In Home 
department visitor, v. iv, no. 4) 

[16219 
© Aug. 20, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 22, 1918 ; 
E 432021 ; Harriett Pyne Grove, Del- 
aware, O. 

Chu Chin Chow ; quick march, by 
Frederick Norton, selected and arr. 
by Shipley Douglas [of Great Brit- 
ain] ; band. obi. 24mo. (In Boosey's 
March journal, no. 328) [16220 

© Nov. 15, 1917; 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1918 ; E 42199S ; Boosey & co.. Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Chummy (A) chum ; words and music 

by S. P. Johnson [of U. S.] [16221 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918 ; E 430618 ; S. 

Paige Johnson. Grand Forks, N. D. • 

Cinema music; by G. H. Clutsam [of 
Great Britain] ; pf. bk. 3. Con- 
tents : Miniature overture. — Inter- 
lude a la menuet. — Romance trag- 
ique. — Serenade - intermezzo. — Melo- 
drama and storm music. — Apotheo- 
sis. [16222 
© Aug. 20, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918 : E 434131 ; Metzler & co., ltd., 
London. 



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Clarion (The) cry for peace; words 

and music by Mrs. H. F. Rowsell [of 

U. S.] [16223 

© 1 c. Sept. 13. 1918; E 43099S; 

Mrs. H. F. Rowsell, Weymouth, N. J. 

Cleopatra : mazurka, by N. E. Rou- 
bany [of Greece, domiciled at Water- 
town, Mass.]; 1st. niand. or violin 
and guit. [16224 

© Sept. 16. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 431224: X. E. Roubany, Wa- 
tertown, Mass. 

Collection of popular modern clas- 
sics ; by famous composers, compiled 
and ed. by J. Bodewalt Lampe [of 
U. S.] ; piano, medium grade. [16225 
© Aug. 16, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1918 ; 
E 432147 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing and arrangement] 

Columbia's call; words and music by 
J. C. Howe [of U. S.] [16226 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1918; E 432415; 
Julia Clinton Howe, Chicago. 

Columbia's daughters ; operetta, text 
and poems by Margaret E. Lacey, 
music by Eduardo Marzo [of U. S.] ; 
female voices. 4to. [16227 

© Sept. 12, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1918; E 432518; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Come back loved one ; from Shanghai, 
words by Willard Holcomb, music by 
Barno Iszo and Isidore Witmark [of 
U. S.] [1622S 

© Sept. 10, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1918; E 430S0S; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Come be a Red cross nurse fof» me; 
words and music by L. E. Burgess 
[of U. S.] Los Angeles, W. A. 
Quincke & co. [16229 

© July 26, 1918; 2 c. Sept. IS, 
1918; E 431107; Leila Elinor Bur- 
gess, Los Angeles. 

Come boys and fight for your coun- 
try ; battle song, words and music by 
L. Oesterle [of U. S.] [16230 

© 1 c Sept. 18, 1918; E 432504; 
Louis Oesterle, New York. 

Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly dove; 
words by S. Brown, music by Harry 
Rowe Shelley [of U. S.] ; sop. with 
mixed chorus. (Blue octavo series, 
no. 4005.) [16231 

© Sept. 13, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1918; E 432409; Harold Flammer, 
inc., New York. 



Come to me in my dreams ; words by 
Matthew Arnold, music by Frank 
Bridge [of England] ; high voice and 
low voice. [16232 

© Aug. 29, 1918 ; 1 c each Sept. 21, 
191S; E 434113; Winthrop Rogers, 
ltd., London. 

Comedian (The) Ferra villa ; schizzo 
caricaturale, by M. Enrico Bossi [of 
Italy] ; pf. [16233 

© July 30, 1918 ; 2 c Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 421977; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Coming back to our own U. S. A. ; 
words and music by R. H. Bocock 
[of F. S.] [16234 

© Sept. 21, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 431178; Rosalie Hollyday 
Bocock, Chicago. 

Contadina gentile ; vers! e musica di 
Alfredo Patucchi [of Italy] ; maud, 
ace. Naples, Emilio Gennarelli e. c. 
[16235 
© Aug. 1, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 21, 1918 ; 
E 434094 ; Italian book co., inc., New 
York. 

Corelli (Arcangelo) Suite ; bj A. Co- 
relli [of Italy] op. 5, no. 11. ed. by 
Edgar Haddock [of England] ; violin 
and piano, in E major. (Empire edi- 
tion, practice room series, no 5626) 
[16236 
© Sept. 16, 1918 ; 1 c. Oct. 2, 191S ; 
E 434334 ; Hawkes & son. London. 

Corinna; part-song, poem by Herrick, 
music by Ethel Boyce [of England] : 
female voices. (Octavo edition of 
trios, etc., for female voices, no. 466) 
[16237 
© Aug. 24, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 24, 1918 ; 
E 421954 ; Novello & CO., London. 

Cortege villageois ; par Maurice 
Pesse [of France] ; piano. (Six pe- 
tites pieces chainpetres. no. 6) 

[16238 
© Aug. 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1918; E 434055; Philippo, Paris. 

Countess of Westmoreland's delight. 
See Old English harpsichord dances, 
bk. I. 

Country dance. See Old English harp- 
sichord dances, bk I. 

Cradle song (Berceuse) ; by Anthony 
Collins [of Great Britain] ; violin 
avec ace. de piano. (Deux pieces 
no. 2) [16239 

© Aug. 20, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 18, 
1918; E 434071; Schott & co., 
London. 



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Crepuscule (Le) (Twilight) ; melodie, 
par Denis Dupre [of Great Britain] ; 
piano. [16240 

© July 22, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1918 ; E. 434129 ; A. Hammond & CO., 
London. 

Crowned ; words by A. H. Pool, music 

by Percy Elliott [of Great Britain] ; 

low voice. [16241 

© Sept. 3, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 30, 191S ; 

E 434254 ; Schott & co., London. 

Cuckoo (The) ; by Frances B. Pardee 
[of U. S.] ; violin solo with piano 
ace. [16242 

© Sept. 14, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1918 ; E 431106 ; Willis music co, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Cycle (A) of five southern planta- 
tion melodies ; arr. by Louis Victor 
Saar [of U. S.] ; violin obbl. 4to. 
Contents : Nancy Till.— Ellie Rhee.— 
The old home.— Gentle Nettie 
Moore. — -Old Black Joe. 1. Mixed 
voices. 2. Male voices. 3. Women's 
voices. [16243-16245 

© Sept. 27, 191S; 2 c. each Sept. 
30, 1918; E 432747-432749; John 
Church co., Cincinnati. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement] 

Dalcroze (Emile Jaques-) Six 
chansons de route ; pour les eclaireurs 
et les eclaireuses, paroles de Pierre 
Girard, musique de E. J. Dalcroze 
[of Switzerland] (Chester series, 
no. 47) Contents: Notre serment. — 
Depart. — Un' deux. — Defile de 
troupes.- — Chanson pour un bi- 
vouac. — Chanson pour les girl- 
scouts. [16246 
© Sept. 4, 1918 : 1 c. Sept. 5, 1918 ; 
E 421941 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Dance oe the hours; ballet music 
from La Gioconda, by A. Ponchielli, 
arr. by M. Greenwald [of U. S.] ; 
piano. (Recreations, no. 1902.) 

[16247 

© Sept. 30, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 30, 

1918 ; E 431401 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Dance of the seven imps ; galop de 
concert, by Clothilde Johnson [of 
U. S.l ; piano. [16248 

© Sept. 23, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 26. 
1918: E 432571; Geo. Jaberg music 
co., Cincinnati. 



Dance of the sylphs ; by Joseph 
Barnes [pseud, of Henry S. Sawyer, 
of U. S.] ; piano. (Fairyland, no. 
1755) [16249 

' © Sept. 28, 1918 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1918 ; 
E 432S49 ; McKinley music co., Chi- 
cago. 

Dancing with my tango man ; words 
and melody by H. McDaniel [of 
U. S.], arr. by Frank S. Butler [of 
U. S.] [16250 

© 1 e. Sept. 17, 1918; E 432447; 
Harry McDaniel, Albany. 

Dans le far-west ; danse Americaine, 
par H. Christine et H. Cas [of 
France] ; orch. et piano conducteur. 
4to. [16251 

© May 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1918 ; E 434041 ; Christine, Paris. 

Dans les bois enjoleurs ; par Maurice 
Pesse [of France]; piano. .(Six pe- 
tites pieces champetres, no. -2) 

[16252 
© Aug. 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14, 
1918 ; E 434051 ; Philippo, Paris. 

Dark (The) clouds will roll away; 
words and music by C. H. Taylor [of 
Canada] [16253 

© Aug. 21, 1918 ; 1 c. Aug. 31, 1918 ; 
E 421917; Charles H. Taylor, Sud- 
bury, Ontario, Canada. 

Davico (Vincenzo) 6 notturni ; by V. 
Davico [of Italy] ; piano. Contents : 
ler. Notturno mi majeur. — 2e. Not- 
turno r§ bemol mineur. — 3e. Not- 
turno si bemol majeur. — ie. Not- 
turno mi bemol id. — 5e. Notturno do 
diese mineur. — 6e. Notturno r6 diese 
id. [16254 

© Aug. 24, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 14. 
1918 ; E 434044 ; E. Demets, Paris. 

Dawn ; by Sydney Baynes [of Eng- 
land] ; violin and piano. [16255 
© Apr. 23, 1918; 1 c. Apr. 22. 
1918 ; E 420664 ; Swan & co.. Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Dawn (The) of another day; words 

by G. R. Fremont, music bv Harry 

W. Jacoby [of U. S.] [16256 

© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1918 ; E 432734 ; Geo. 

R. Fremont, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Day (A) in Paris: fantasia on melo- 
dies, by Christing, arr. by Herman 
Finck [of Great Britain] ; full orch. 
[16257 
© Sept. 12. 1918: 1 c. Sept. 17. 
1918 ; E 434065 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



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pt. hi, n. s., v. 13 



Dead (The) bikd. See Herbert (Ivy) 

Six miniatures. 

Dear, do you know, to-night ; words 

and melody by J. Gammill [of U. S.] 

[16258 

© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1918; E 432758; 

Jessie Gammill, Imperial, Neb. 

Dear old America, you played the 
winning hand ; waltz song, words 
and music by J. J. Frederick [of 
U. S.] [16259 

© Sept. 28, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918; E 431285; J. J. Frederick, 
Propbetstown, 111. 

Dear old Camp Taylor at a review; 

words by N. L. Byrd, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [16260 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 431002; 

Nellie Linn Byrd, Mayfield, Ky. 

Dear old pal of mine ; waltz, by Gitz 
Rice, arr. by Hugo Frey [of U. S.] ; 
orch. 4to. [16261 

© Sept. 26, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1918 ; E 432724 ; G Ricordi & co., inc., 
New York. 
Dear (The) old trysting place; 
words by John Wilson Thompson, 
music by A. L. McNeill [of Canada] 
[16262 
© June 26, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 434322 ; Amelie Lane McNeill, Van- 
couver, B. C. 
Dear Old Uncle Sam ; words by R. M. 
La Roche, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton [of U. S.] [16263 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1918; E 430669; 
Rose M. La Roche, Rutland, Vt. 

Dear Yankee land; words by D. 

Mooney, music by Paul Levi Specht 

[of U. S.] [16264 

© lc. Sept. 21, 1918; E 432516; 

Daniel Mooney, Ogontz, Pa. 

Dearest (The) little mother in the 

world ; words by L. Rogers, music by 

Claude Forbes [of U. S.] [16265 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918 ; E 432413 ; 

Lucile Rogers, Oklahoma, Okl. 

Defile, de troupes. See Dalcroze 
(Emile Jaques-) Six chansons de 
route. 

Dem milners trehren (The miller's 
tears) ; folk song, words and music 
by Warshavsky, arr. by Jacob Beimel 
[of Russia, domiciled at New York] 
[16266 
© Dec. 15, 1917 ; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1918 ; 
E 432524; Jos. P. Katz, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on notation 
and arrangement] 



Democracy ; words and music by J. P. 
Coyle [of U. S.], arr. by Ralph Wai- 
ters [of U. S.] [16267 
© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1918 ; E 432550 ; 
John P. Coyle, Detroit. 

words by H. A. Vance, melody by 

R. A. Browne [of U. S.] [16268 

© 1 c. Sept. 17, 1918; E 432448; 
Helen Alberta Vance, Seattle. 

words by J. Love, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington [of U. S.] [16269 
© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1918; E 430984; 
John Love, Philadelphia. 

words by J. Wilder, music by R. A. 

Browne [of U. S.] [16270 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1918; E 430765; 
Jennie Wilder, Vallejo, Cal. 

Demoiselle (La) du printemps ; oper- 
ette en 3 actes, paroles de Maurice 
Ordonneau, Francis Gaily and 
Georges Lgglise, musique de Henri 
Goublier, fils [of France] ; partition 
chant et piano. [16271 

© Sept. 10, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1918; E 434158; Choudens, Paris. 

Depart. -See Dalcroze (Emile Jaques-) 
Six chansons de route. 

Deux marches caracteristiques. See 
Schubert (Franz Peter) 

Deuxieme nocturne; par Henry De- 
fosse [of France] op. 34 ; piano. 

[16272 
© May 14, 1918 ; 1 c. May 28, 1918 ; 
E 421967; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Devil-may-care poverty. See Shadow- 
ings. 

Dew drops ; by Cliff Hess [of U. S.] ; 

piano. [16273 

© Sept. 17. 1918; 2 c. Sept. 20, 

1918; E 432530; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. 

Diabelli (Antonio) Sei sonatine 
(Six sonatines) ; di A. Diabelli, op. 
163 ; nuova edizione riveduta da Er- 
nesto Marciano [of Italy] ; pf. a 
quattro mani. obi. 8vo. [16274 

© Apr. 9. 1918 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1918 ; 
E 421984; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Sonate ; di A. Diabelli, nuova 

erlizione riveduta da Sigismondo 
Cesi [of Italy] ; pf. a quattro mani. 
1. No. 4. op. 3S, si bem. maggiore. — 
No. 5, up. 73. fa maggiore. 2. No. 1, 
op. 32, fa maggiore. — No. 2, op. 33, 
re maggiore. — No. 3, op. 37. do mag- 
giore. obi. 8vo. T 16275. 16276 
© Apr. 9, 1918 ; 2 c. each Sept. 10, 
1918; E 421983, 421987. G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 



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16295 



Dingle Bay ; words by Fred G. Bowles, 
music by Arthur F. Tate [of Great 
Britain] [16277 

© July 30, 1918; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1918; E 421975; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dingle-dee-dingle-day ; words and niu- 
sic by M. K. Waterman [of U. S.] 
(In Song writers of America maga- 
zine, no. 2.) [16278 
© Aug. 15, 1918; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1918; E 431241; Maylynde Kent 
Waterman, Burlington, Vt. 

DrvEKTissEMENT ; extraites des Contes 
bleus, par Maurice Droeghmans [of 
Belgium] ; piano. (Trois pieces 
faciles) [16279 

© May 11, 1918 ; 1 c. May 28, 1918 ; 
E 421970; Alphonse Leduc et cie., 
Paris. 

Dixie, Dixie, set me free ; words by 
W. M. Tomberline, melody by R. A. 
Browne [of U. S.] [16280 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1918; E 431274; 
Miss Willie M. Toniberline, Nash- 
ville, Ga. 

Do you want me ; quasi cake-walk, di 
Victor de Sabata [of Italy] ; pf. 

[16281 
© Sept. 26, 1918; 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1918; E 434195; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 
Dodelinette; petite bergeuse, by Y 
'Ener [of France] ; pf. (Petites re- 
creations, no. 2) [16282 
© Aug. 9, 1918 ; 1 c. Sept. 3, 1918 ; 
E 421907 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. 
Does my Yankee Doodle parlez le 
Francois ; words and music by C. E. 
Sullivan [of U. S.], arr. by Thomas 
Freeman [of U. S.] [16283 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1918; E 430851;. 
Catherine E. Sullivan, New York. 
Dolls' (The) minuet. See Stanford 

(Charles Villiers) Six sketches. 
Donna e orologi ; versi e musica di 
Amore Giacometti [of Italy] ; mand. 
ace. Naples, Emilio Gennar